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Author: Patty Skinkis Revised September 2014, 7 pages, NC
Mid-August to early October is a sweet spot in the calendar year to sow fresh grass seed or replace an existing lawn throughout the state, according to Alec Kowalewski, turfgrass specialist for OSU.
According to Ross Penhallegon, OSU Extension horticulturist in Lane County, the disease is holding off because of the current warm weather. (Oregonian)
Authors: Neil Bell, Amy Jo Detweiler, Heidi Noordijk, and Chip Bubl Revised September 2014, 13 pages, NC
"Maybe you have a lawn full of difficult-to-control weeds like annual bluegrass or rough bluegrass and you want to start over," said Alec Kowalewski, turfgrass specialist with OSU. (Oregonian)

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