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Fescue lawn overseeding: Part 2 -- Atlanta & North Georgia lawns.

Fescue grass blades up close, germination
Fescue grass blades up close, germination
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  • Amnon Porat 4 years ago

    In our experience with fescue, if you do all those procedures 2-3 weeks later (in spite of the cooler weather), the grass will germinate slower but much better, because the weather is cooler so the ground is warmer. Thus, the seeds will penetrate deeper into the ground and will have a stronger root system. Lawncare in Atlanta can be challenging. http://aandpdesigners.com

  • Scott Brown 3 years ago

    So many times I come upon a lawn treated by either homeowner or another lawn company, to find visible signs of moss growing on the surface of the soil. As an FYI to readers anytime - ANY time you see moss, it is purely indicative of the pH being too acidic. The rule being, if moss can grow, usually grass cannot.

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