One of my customers called me today and asked me to seed... I explained to him that my cut off date was (around) October 15th and I didn't think it was a good idea at this point in time. I mentioned that the temps were going to be pretty cold this week. He said that he thinks it'll be okay 'cause the ground is so moist and it feels pretty good (temp wise) out right now. I told him the ground temps needs to stay above 50 degrees. He said "I won't hold you acountable if every seed doesn't germinate.. go ahead and do it". I feel like calling him back and telling him again it's not a good idea... It's a $1000.00 job.. What would you do? P.S. What is the ground temp right now and how fast does it drop? Where can I find this info? What kind of results can be expected.. very low to none? Will the seed sit there and germinate in the spring?