ATS Business In A Box: Fall Seeding in Lawn Care


When you seed with aeration, you can thicken the existing lawn. Thicker turf reduces weed pressure and is more aesthetically pleasing. Another benefit is the ability to introduce new seed varieties that are more resistant to turf diseases and insects. New seed varieties will also be more stress tolerant, more aggressive growers, and will fill voids faster.

Fall is the best time for cool season grasses. Seeding this time of year allows for the roots to develop throughout the winter and spring before the summer drought season begins (typically it takes 9 months for the root system to develop before drought season). The ideal germination temperatures for cool season grasses are 75 degrees during the day and 55 degrees at night. The moisture levels also increase in the fall, which allows Mother Nature to assist in the watering efforts.

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