Fall is rapidly approaching, and homeowners will soon be interseeding or overseeding their lawns. Interseeding is seeding the same species into itself to increase lawn thickness and recover lost grass. Overseeding introduces a second turfgrass species – typically a cool-season grass – into a permanent species – typically a warm-season species.
The recent abundance of rainfall may have you ready to build an ark. When it comes to the soggy soils and boggy beds in your landscape, a few tips from University of Georgia Cooperative Extension experts will help your plants recuperate.