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Discussion in 'Turf Renovation' started by beaglegun, Mar 20, 2008.
Is there anyway I can bring Ky bluegrass turf out of dormancy faster? Will nitrogen do it?
You need heat and sun light.
Soil Temps need to be above 60 degrees.
Spread compost to help absorb solar rays and turn on the water to soak it good.
How deep did the frost go into the ground in your area this year?
Six to eight feet. December and January were very cold. -40 to -50 below at a landscape job site I started last fall. Also a lot of snow. Snow pack is 160% above average. Wolf Creek Ski Resort - 40 miles away has over 30 feet of snow. Really good chance of having some serious flooding this year.
Global Warming I guess. Send those stats to Al Gore.
Actually, in this part of Colorado, those conditions used to be the norm. You go 15 years or more of drought and it screws up the 30 year average. Winters like this make the new comers from warmer climates move back. A lot of people move here but end up moving because they can't stand the winters.