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Old 10-03-2011, 08:26 PM
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Cold temperatures really slow down the germination and sprouting of new grass; you mean TTTF, right? Hopefully your soil temperatures are still warm. Warm weather has returned here and maybe it is headed your way. Keep it wet. You should see some sprouts in 10 days--if cold--maybe 14 days. You might want to bring a of those few seeds inside planted in a coffee mug. You can see it sprout under ideal controlled conditions if you can keep it at 75 or 80. And outdoors it looks like 80 degrees Sunday and Monday. Should work fine. It takes a few days to begin.
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