Optimum growing temperature. - Knowledgebase Question

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July 26, 2010
What is the optimum growing trmperature for warm weather grass?


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Answer from NGA
July 26, 2010
Warm season grass requires a minimum 55- 65 degrees in order to germinate and will germinate fastest at temperatures of 70-75 degrees. Ground temperature is normally lower than air temperatures which means you can sow warm season grasses when air temperatures are between 80-85 degrees and stil have good results. Best wishes with your lawn.

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