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Wanting to Plant Lawn Grass in the Fall??

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By Randy Reeves
Sept. 25, 2017 at 9:52 a.m.


-Don't attempt to plant Bermuda grass seed after September 15, as it will seldom develop a root system strong enough to withstand freezing temperatures. Okay to plant Bermuda or St. Augustine sod on into the fall if it's watered regularly, however.

-Hold off fertilizing established St. Augustine or Bermuda lawns until late October or early November. Fertilization now could make your grass more susceptible to a common fungus disease in this area called brown patch.

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