Seeding Warm Season Lawns

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Seeding Warm Season Lawns

Doc talks about seeding warm season grasses and warm season lawns.  Unlike cool season grasses, warm season grass seed takes longer to germinate and must be planted during the warmer months.   Once your daily high temps start to reach the 80 degree mark constantly, you can plant your warm season grass.  Make sure to keep your lawn watered and don’t let the seed dry out.  The planting season for warm season grasses is late spring through early summer. 

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The Bermuda Lawn Guide

bermuda lawn guide

Warm Season Grass  Seeds

Arden 15 Bermuda seed

Oasis Bermuda Seed

Zoysia Grass Seed

Lawn Leveling Mix for Ordering

Check their website to see if they deliver the lawn leveling mix bags to your area. They cover most of Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina areas. 

lawn leveling mix

 

Flower and Veggie Garden Compost Booster

DirtBooster helps you make super compost in only a few days. 

HUMICHAR…  
Should be applied to ALL LAWNS and can be applied as heavy and as often as you like.  It contains NOTHING that can hurt your lawn and is 50/50 mix of biochar and humic acid. 

PGF Complete 16-4-8 Lawn Fertilizer

This is the main fertilizer for ALL lawns during the growing season.  Warm season and cool season lawns. 

PGF Balance 10-10-10 

A professional grade 10-10-10 with tiny particles, micro nutrients, and iron. 

Granular Pre-Emergent in DG Particles

Spring Lawn Fertilizers

PGF Complete website to pick the right fertilizer. 

Killing Grubs in the Spring

Preventative products should be used in the late summer.  Killing products work best in the spring. The product below can be applied anytime of the year to kill grubs. 

Super Juice Lawn Supplement and Bio-Stimulant

Lawn Hose End Spray Bottles

WARNING: Use only the 20:1 ratio bottles and do not pay more than $19 for TWO bottles.  When out of stock, others will charge up to $40 if out of stock. Simply wait until they come back in stock from Andersons. 

Microbe and Good Fungus Booster

Chicken Feed from Tractor Supply

You can add to your cart and purchase and then pickup at the store.  Not really worth ordering online due to shipping costs.

DuMOR 16% Layer Crumble, 50 lb., 3006316-306

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Price: $14.99

Bermuda lawn care and caring for your gardens. 

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Probably one of the best VALUES for a large spreader with huge 13 inch wheels. 

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Lawn care tips and Bermuda lawn care.  

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Unlike cool season grasses, warm season grass seed takes longer to germinate and must be planted during the warmer months.   Once your daily high temps start to reach the 80 degree mark constantly, you can plant your warm season grass.  Make sure to keep your lawn watered and don't let the seed dry out. 
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Chad Elder
Chad Elder
3 months ago

I put out my seed a week ago. I live just outside of Athens. I tilled up the entire yard to start fresh. After I laid down the seed we had that nasty cold spell, and that hard rain Saturday. I checked the 10 day and the lowest was going to be 48. Well it got down to 34 instead. I also put down some vermiculite. I hope the cold did not kill the seed or the rain wash it away. I put down 50 pounds of blackjack II Maya for 15k square feet.

Austin Klanjac
Austin Klanjac
2 months ago

Hey Doc, Thanks for all your videos and guidance! It’s a huge help to a “DIYer” like myself. So I opted to save some money and seeded the 16,000 SF yard of my new home that was wrecked with weeds and some poor centipede grass that never stood a chance. I used Arden15 seed which is beginning to slowly germinate and take over. I couldn’t help myself and probably planted too early in the season with temperatures still fluctuating between highs in lows 70s initially here in Northwest Florida. As expected, there’s weeds coming up with the seed, but probably… Read more »