Tuesday, October 16, 2007


In your latest blog you suggested that we don’t recondition our lawns this fall. So, does that mean even if we are leaving fescue and moving to a burmuda grass lawn we should wait till the spring to prep and seed? I have so many bare spots, I plan to over seed with the burmuda and not kill out the fescue. Will all this work and when in the spring should I attempt this? Thanks for the help. Brent

Anne's response:

Bermuda lawns are seeded in the late spring after soil temperatures are over 55F. You will have better luck tilling the fescue lawn and seeding with Bermuda but you could core airate the area and seed if the soil is not severely compacted.

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