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Discussion in 'Turf Renovation' started by ant, Oct 23, 2005.
i know it's late but i am still aerating and seeding.
I still have a couple left to do but its not looking good. Frost advisory tonight then another big rain storm coming.
:blob3: people keep callin im still seedin, its been a pretty warm fall so go for it. tony
I'm not taking on anymore overseeding. Just trying to finish what I have. I did 41k today. I know a lot of folks are still doing it and not happy about it. I know I've lost more than enough sleep about it. I want to wrap it up this week.
I expect to be doing a lot more this spring. A lot of people are holding off till then to fix the damage done this past summer.
Exactly what we are doing.
Did two today and have one more tomorrow, hopfully wont get anymore calls for it this fall. But if we do I probablly will go ahead and do them.
how do you balence the spring seeding, and pre emergent applications? i got killed this year by crabgrass, and i'm planning do some heavy applications in the spring, but at the same time, i need to do alot of seeding.
do you apply ferts.... then just seed the "spots" with seed, peat, etc.
Clinton NJ, i don't think you're that far from me... so we should be on a similar approach.
Places I have to do Adam have absolutely no grass left thanks to the drought (not even crabgrass). I am going in and starting from scratch with aerating heavily and then overseeding with probably upwards of 8 or 9 lbs of seed per K of turf area.
Crabgrass on these props I will deal with at a later date. Even crabgrass would look better than they look now...
It's the same way here i cant believe some of the lawns.
Nope, I am due west of you by about 50 minutes just off Rte 78. BTW, my mom's very large family is from Staten Island.