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Old 10-04-2013, 08:48 AM
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Originally Posted by Smallaxe View Post
If it were true that seed starts to die if it dries out,,, there would be no grasses germinating anywhere in the world outside the rain forests... last 2 years I got germination during the dry Oct. and I imagine the heavy dew had a lot to do with it...
I disagree, here's the proof. Seed goes into a hydro seeder germination begins. They spray the yard, with a mix of bluegrass and ryegrass, middle of summer and the customer fails to water. Using your logic they would have a lush lawn with 90percent germination. Using my logic nothing but weeds because the seed dies which is what happens.
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