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Question DetailsAsked on 3/8/2012

League City. St. Augustine took a beating with this past summers water restrictions. Can it be brought back or will it have to be resodded.

Some areas in back yard are dry and brown and if I pull a rake over it, there's nothing left but dirt underneath. The weeds seem to be doing well.

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Spring weeds always seem to do well. In most cases re-sodding is the way to go. St Augustine is not available in seed and is a little pricey to do in plugs. If your area is in a sunny spot I would go ahead and re sod. Make sure you prepare the spot correctly and use fresh sod.

The best thing to do is wait until there is a few days of rain in the forecast so that you can plant before the rains come -- free water is good water!!!



Answered 7 years ago by Dallas Curb Appeal




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