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September 13, 2013 4:19 PM

Now’s the time to put in a new cool-season lawn

People who put redoing the lawn on the back burner because of the drought may be ready to get the job done this fall, extension agent Rebecca McMahon said. After this summer’s rains, there is subsoil moisture to help it grow, she said.

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