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WHEN BEST TO PLANT SEED?
The BEST time to plant centipede is in late
spring / early summer after soil temperatures are 70+ degrees and
all danger of freeze or frost is past. This generally takes
80+ consistent day highs in temperatures to achieve this
temperature. Centipede is a warm season grass and should NOT
generally be planted in late fall.
Dormant Winter Seeding:
Occasionally if late fall planting is absolutely required, you can
attempt the more risky planting method using the
winter dormant seeding method in
late fall months. Read above link for more information on this method.
Centipede Sprigs and Sod:
Sprigs and Sod will not produce roots unless the soil temperature
exceeds 55o F for several weeks. Keep this in
mind when deciding on when to sprig, plug or sod a warm season
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