Hey guys,.... I live in the Seacoast of NH and I was wondering when is
the best time to start renovating my lawn this spring? Recently it's
been about 40-50F highs during the day.... The past few days have been
super rainy and I was thinking... damn, it would've been nice to have
planted seed before all this rain.
Anyway, I know renovating in the Spring is always much trickier and less
successful than Fall renovations, but I gotta give it a go, I'm slowly
trying to renew all of my lawn and I'd hate to miss a growing season.
My gut feeling is that it's still too cold.... Scotts says to wait until
it's regularly 60+, but it always seems as if Spring here is super
compressed.... it's really cold, and then before you know it, the summer
heat has arrived. A spring renovation a few years ago didn't work out
for me because I did it too late and the lawn wasn't established enough
by summer and it got burnt.
Any advice for a spring lawn renovation would be appreciated. Last fall
I was very proud of myself having renovated a section of lawn and it
just took beautifully, I want to try to reproduce that success.