The Temperature That Grass Starts to Grow After Winter

The roots of grass begin growing in the spring sooner than the shoots. Roots of cool season grasses will begin to grow when the soil temp reaches 33 degrees Fahrenheit. Shoots need a soil temperature of at least 40 degrees Fahrenheit.

Keywords: soil temperature, cool season grass, root growth, shoot growth

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