We all know that spring, or better yet, fall is the best time for seeding/over seeding due to less weed pressure, more soil moisture typically available and closer to the time when grass germinates on its own. In the northern regions, KBG can be even slower to germinate if we wait into fall too much and the temperatures drop suddenly within a week or two of seeding. Has anyone put any thought into seeding slightly more into the warmer months given the new herbicide chemistries of Imprelis and Tenacity and their ability to be used at that time? It almost seems as if weed pressure would be next to none and the added benefit of the warm germination temperatures, assuming irrigation is present, should seem to help with overall establishment. What says you?