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Seeding A Lawn LATE In The Season

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Is it too late to seed a new cool season lawn? We’re about to find out!

Of course the ideal time to plant a new cool season lawn is in the late summer/early fall depending on your location. However, our new house is close to being finished and the grading work was just completed so I have bare soil that is ready for planting. I’m trying some experiments with straw blankets, row cover fabric, and plastic cover for my ryegrass.

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10 Comments

  1. Ryegrass Seed –
    Row Cover Fabric –
    Staples for Fabric and Straw Blankets –
    Walkie Talkies –

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  2. I tried row cover last spring on a section. I found the water didn’t really penetrate through the fabric as much as I wanted-I think I got the same brand as you did. The covered section didn’t absorb the spring rains and it took a beating in the heat. Pulled cores and it was much drier than rest of yard. So watch your soil moisture levels

  3. My main front yard with the RK KGB PRG came out phenomenal, according to another one of my neighbors! 2 months old now, and I started fall blitzing it each week Oct 5 and I finally was able to use the styper on it and it looked soooo good afterwards. Wish I could post a pic. Still plenty of seed left for the other side, and for some touch up work. I’m debating on how I should handle the 1000 sq ft plot on the other side, but I have 6 months to think about it. Whether to kill off half of it in April, then plant on May 1 or just do the whole thing.

  4. Hey man, from Australia, just wanted to say thanks.
    I actually think it’s so cool that you’re teaching and helping people with their yards from another country!

  5. Last year, after seeding on in March, I used tarps that used to be side panels for shade tents and cut up big leaf/garbage bags over my seed/baby grass… I found the tarps much better than the bags cut up… I think it was because the tarps breathed a little bit, let the air and some rain water through a bit, and maybe even some sun, while the plastic bags did not… The tarps we also white and plastic leaf/garbage bags were black which may also have played a part… I left it all on for maybe a week… The parts that had the plastic garbage/leaf bags over them eventually recovered and grew pretty strong after getting some sun, water and air.

  6. Hey Ryan, curious, have you ever considered pre germination? I recently stumbled upon it, apparently some sod farms use this technique. I have not tried it myself though.

    Also, love the content! Can’t wait to see how it ends up

  7. I planted almost this late and it became an unintentional dormant seeding- turned unseasonably cold. Came up great the next spring. NE Iowa.

  8. I used crop cover to great success but I have never tried it so late in the season. It’s great for minimizing pests digging up new grass as well. Sometimes you have to be a bit careful pulling it up because some baby grass with grow through the holes in the cover. Best of the luck!

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