Originally Posted by Cadzilla
Too many variables for me. Like last winter here in the midwest. The seed would have sat there and rotted for four months. I don't see how you could get much germination, and certainly not for the prices I charge for premium seeding.
For field seeding? I guess but why not just wait till spring?
I remember being told, when first starting out, that seed put onto the ground when it's too cold for it to germinate, would rot... that was a lie...
In fact I believe last year that the seed may have been in Phase II, for most of the winter, then it germinated(Phase III) as soon a it was warm enough for mature grass to green up in the Spring... Last year was one of the most successful ever...
If you wait till Spring with dry seed
you are losing valuable time with both phases I & II... I was reading yesterday and some sites refer to "Frost Seeding"...
Where in the midwest are you???