Dormant Seeding

March 01, 2003

USDA NRCS (IN)

Pasture and Hayland Planting Information sheet including dormant seeding.

September 09, 2008

Traditionally in Ohio, warm and cool season grasses are seeded in early spring through May when soil temperatures and conditions allow.  Dormant seedings, on the other hand, are done from December 1 to March 14 for cool season grasses and from November 1 to March 14 for warm season species.  When the soil temperature is 50 degrees Fahrenheit or cooler, the seeds will remain dormant and not germinate until the soil warms up again in the spring.

April 21, 2015

Late Fall or Dormant Seeding Frequently Asked Questions

May 01, 2011

Native Forb Information Sheet which includes establishing native forbs using dormant seeding.

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