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What Affects the Growth of Grass?

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Temperature is an important factor in growing grass plants just as it is with other plants. Some species are native to tropical temperatures and will die off over the winter while others - like the perennial ryegrass - keep on growing. The Bermuda
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cold temperatures stall grass growth by freezing (or slowing the average energy of the molecules) of the plants water. Warm temperatures mean higher fluidity so easier nutrient transfer
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Pollution in water can cause the plants to have a disease or even die
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Soil will affect the growth of grass by first it's drainage qualities. ( Ability to hold retain water ) Watering a lawn should be done to a depth of about 6 inches. If you have clay
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