St Augustine grass - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by kenna_fergus
July 19, 2010
Live near dallas TX- put new 12


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Answer from NGA
July 19, 2010

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As long as you are watering regularly and the roots of the sod are making good contact with your native soil, the St. Augustine should bounce back and green up when the weather cools. It is probably spending its energy trying to root rather than trying to stay green at this point. Just give it some time and I think it will perk up in late summer/early fall. Enjoy!

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