I want to put in some coated midland bermuda seed in on my 2 acres. Why midland? It's one of the few grasses that will make a root in this heavy clay soil. I figure I'll bust it with a disk, beat it to death with a tiller, toss the seed down then drag harrow it in. The dilemma I am putting in front of myself now is the best time of year to do it. I figured mid march just before the established bermuda sprigs up green. I'd hate to put down that much seed and have the same crop of weeds I have now. So here I am, dipping the bucket back into the well of information. Is my timeline out of line?
Can't help with the bermuda or time to plant in Tx but if you currently have a lot of weeds, I'd try and deal with that issue before turning the ground and reseeding.
Up in this part of the world, grass planting time is usually in early fall, Sept/Oct which gives it about 5-6 months to take hold before major growth season starts in the spring.
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