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When to sow winter rye grass seeds

Posted by lrogersjr 9 (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 30, 08 at 7:48

Can anyone advise when the right time is to sow winter rye grass seeds? Years ago when I use to try it I always managed to wait until the first cold snap however by the time it germinated and started looking good I always thought it was getting pretty late in the season. Although I don't want to sow it too early and have bad results too. Unfortunately there is no helpful information on the bag of seed. Thanks!


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RE: When to sow winter rye grass seeds

Rye Grass, Small Grains, & Tall Fescue

Here in the Gainesville area I'd plant about the middle of October if the five day forecast looked good.

.....Alan.


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RE: When to sow winter rye grass seeds

" Seeding dates for ryegrass are generally the same as for rye (Oct. 1 to Nov. 15)"
From the following site :

Here is a link that might be useful: Ryegrass


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