|I planted (sowed?) some Scotts fescue last fall in a tilled up garden including Scotts starter fertilizer. All I have to show for it are some weeds. How can I increase my chances of being successful? Plant rye grass?
|Answer from NGA
March 25, 2009
|As soon as the soil warms, the fescue should green up. If you're impatient, you can overseed your lawn again and keep it watered. I'm sure the grass will germinate and grow well for you as the spring temperatures rise. Best wishes with your lawn!
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