A brown, but not dead,
Picture: Tom MacCubbin
That brown look is not abnormal after the recent
freezing weather says members of the Florida Sod Growers
Cooperative. Way down among the brown you are bound to
find some green runners and protected green leaf blades.
What should you do now? Probably nothing.
Patience and Time should help make the lawn better
again. Don’t expect the grass to respond with new growth
until the weather warms. Actually it may be better if it
didn’t do much growing until winter is about over but if
we get a run of warm weather it is bound to send up new
Here are some suggestions to help your
lawn recover from members of the Florida Sod Growers
Cooperative and local turf specialists.
Most lawns are doing what is expected after the severe
cold. They should revive when the warmer weather returns
without a lot of extra care.
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