The best time to plant grass seed is in the fall. Heat and drought conditions in the summer can kill newly sprouted grass plants. In the fall, temperature changes are not as extreme and the new seed will grow without becoming scorched by the sun or drowned by too frequent watering to compensate for the heat.
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Julia has been writing professionally for 4 years and has appeared in WNY Family, Baton Rouge Family, Unique Magazine, Familyresource.com, and MomGadget.com, just to name a few. Julia attended Rowan Cabarrus Community College. Part of her health care education was provided by training through Elderwood Skilled Nursing Facilities.