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Manage My Life

When should I plant winter rye grass in central Texas?

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
October 19th, 2009

What are the requirements for rye grass to grow.

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Lyle W
Due to warmer weather in Central Texas, you will normally need to wait until mid-November to plant or overseed with winter rye grass. This type of grass normally need about a 65 degree ground temperature to thrive. The rye grass needs to stay moist for about 72 hours to germinate and begin growing. It will normally last until early or mid-spring when the weather heats back up.
by Lyle W
October 19th, 2009
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