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Thursday, April 3, 2008
Most warm season grasses i.e., Bermuda, can take it's time coming out of dormancy depending on how mild the temp has been effecting groud temperature, allowing the subsoil to remain cold. Consistant warming patterns can help raise soil temps incouraging grasses to begin to green up. As our temperature rises you will notice the change, mowing early can help speed up the process in most cases.