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- Posts: 3212
- Joined: January 3rd, 2009, 2:28 am
- Location: Utah (Wasatch Front)
- Grass Type: Western, Streambank, Crested wheatgrass in front (with blue grama added in the heckstrips), sheep fescue in back; strawberry clovetr in both
You know nothing, Jon Snow.
- Posts: 63
- Joined: July 2nd, 2017, 11:28 am
- Location: Northwest, Montana
- Grass Type: Kentucky Bluegrass
“Winter is coming, we know what is coming with it”
- Posts: 8704
- Joined: May 22nd, 2013, 5:59 pm
- Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
- Grass Type: 1.4 acres of Blueberry KBG
Aye yi yi
- Posts: 25328
- Joined: February 23rd, 2009, 10:48 pm
- Location: Central Valley, NY (Lower Hudson Valley)
- Grass Type: Emblem/Bewitched KBG (Front); Blueberry KBG Monostand (Back)
Yup! Tomorrow (Sunday) it will be 82 here. On Tuesday night (October 17) we are likely to have frost here. That's why I always say to stick with the average first frost date - guess what the average first frost date is for zip code 10917 (my home). Yup, October 17th.
- Posts: 250
- Joined: February 20th, 2017, 1:05 am
- Location: Southern ON, Canada
- Grass Type: Bewitched KBG Mono Front, NoMix Back
Yup winter is coming for sure. And with La Niña looking to be around this winter it could be a snowy one for the east.
- Posts: 5177
- Joined: September 14th, 2012, 10:53 pm
- Location: CT (Zone 6B)
- Grass Type: KBG, TTTF, TTPR, and FF (various mixtures)
Yeah, right on schedule...our average first frost date span is Oct. 14-18th (it's debatable what the actual day is, because there are different data standards in play). And Tuesday night appears to be bringing the first frost. One more early Fall fertilizer app for me, and it'll be sometime this week (even though I do have some leeway technically because the grass never stops growing until late Nov. or early Dec....but I'm not going to push the luck too much).
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