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 Do grass grow in the arctic?

Answer Yes, grass does grow in the arctic. Grass lives just about everywhere!
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Will putting hay over freshly planted grass help hold moisture and still let enough sun in for grass to grow?

Hay spread thinly will help, but your best bet is straw. It is not as heavy and also won't hold seeds from left over weeds like hay does.
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Which one is correct grasses grow or grass grow?

It's "grasses grow" (when talking about multiple kinds of grass) or "grass grows" (when talking about only one kind of grass).
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How do i grow grass in a box?

Planter BoxSelect a box with a depth of at least 4 inches to allow for adequate root growth. The length and width of the box can vary, depending on your space for growing. Drill holes about 1 inch ... Read More »
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How do I grow new grass?

PrepareUse a rototiller or a heavy-tined rake turn break up the soil. Walk in a straight line while doing this. Add sand, compost or peat moss. The amount will depend of the pH of your soil and wha... Read More »
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