As we enter the season of fall, the window to establish a playing surface from seed is closing. If seeding cool season turf (bluegrass, ryegrass, tall fescue) is still desired this fall, consider using a blend that includes more perennial ryegrass as the ryegrass will germinate quicker and has a better chance to survive early spring traffic. If construction issues cause further delays annual ryegrass may need to be considered followed by a permanent spring seeding. HERE is a great publication from Purdue University detailing establishing turf areas from seed.
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