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Gardening During a Drought

Droughts happen year after year and can be a gardener’s worse nightmare. They hurt your plants, dry up the soil, and create a negative environment in which plants have trouble growing. The most obvious affect that a drought has on your garden is the way it makes your plants look.

Planting Date: You can begin planting after the daytime temperature remains in the low 90’s. Usually planting starts after mid-September and extends through January 1st. Planting can resume again February 1st and continue into mid-February. Soil preparation: If over seeding Giant or Pasture Bermuda grass, we suggest using a light disc on the Bermuda field before planting to loosen the soil and give the seed a place to take root. Seed should be broadcast at the rate of 80-120 pounds per acre.