|I live in Orlando, fl, and I have St augustine grass, but it is very bad condition it is a good time to replace, to have a new grass for this time of the year.
|October is a good time to replace your St. Augustine. It will establish its roots during the fall and winter months and green up nicely in the spring. The alternative is to wait until March to replace your lawn. It will green up when the weather warms in April. Best wishes with your lawn.|