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Old 03-26-2013, 12:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Cadzilla View Post
Wrong. Lawns won't even think about growth until the soil temps are closer to or over fifty degrees. It won't be long but certainly longer than a couple days. Now if you want to say the roots are active and stimulated earlier than top growth I'll buy that.

I don't anticipate seeing anyone mowing a lawn until the third week of April at best and this is normal.
Oh god no you won't see any top growth for a long time. I am not even planning on being out mowing until the first week of May. I'll be lucky if I'm out by then. The adventitious roots of the plant begin activity around 38 to 42 degrees which after the warmup of this coming weekend, wont be long.
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