Broadcast overseeding is highly recommended along with aeration.
What is Overseeding?
Adding seed to your current lawn (overseeding) helps your lawn become thick and full, and a thick lawn is the best form of weed control. Aeration, like seeding, is an important part of an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) plan.
The Benefits of Seeding
No lawn service program is complete without some form of seeding.
- Seeding helps fill in bare spots where weeds can grow.
- Seeding introduces new varieties of grass – many of which are more drought and disease resistant than the existent grass.
- Seeding helps grow thick, healthy grass.
Factors to use when deciding what type of seed best suits your needs:
- Light exposure
The proper selection of seed is critical to getting the best results for your lawn.
How is Seeding Done?
Seeding can be done in many ways:
- A broadcast overseeding application in conjunction with aeration.
- Lawn Restoration (Double Aeration, overseed, topdressing)