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Old 05-02-2013, 10:55 PM
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Originally Posted by TuffTurfLawnCare View Post
Its my understanding that in NE, seeding should be done in fall, NOT in the spring. New seedlings will not have the root structure to survive the heat of july and august and will die out. Whereas if seed in the fall, the seedlings will grow in the fall, go dormant for the winter, then grow the following spring giving them the root structure to survive the summer heat.

Am I missing something here?


You are right but you also have to look at how cool this spring has been. You should be perfectly fine to do it in the next two weeks or so. Just instruct them to water if the tempos suddenly start soaring.
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