|Is there a grass that I can plant in mid summer and it will come up? I recently had my land clear and need something to prevent erosion. If there is no grass I can use, How about something else that would prevent erosion? Thanks
|Answer from NGA
June 30, 2010
|With the arrival of summer weather it may be hard to keep the area moist enough for grass seeds to sprout but if you?re careful with watering you should be able to get it to germinate. After broadcasting your seeds cover over them with a light layer of peat moss or compost to help keep them moist. Then water as often as necessary to keep the seeds moist. You will need to water several times a day. The seeds should germinate in 7-10 days. Best wishes with your lawn.
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