Planting grass seed involves choosing a time to plant, preparing the ground, planting the seed and watering the lawn as it begins to grow. The first step when planting grass is to choose whether you want to plant in the ... More »

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The best time to fertilize new grass seed is either before or while the seed is being sown. Additional fertilizer should be added about a month after planting when the grass has grown to between 1 and 1.5 inches tall. More »

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Planting grass seed in the winter is only possible in moderate climates. Grass seed needs warm soil to germinate. Seed should never be planted when there is a possibility of freezing temperatures. More »

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You grow grass from seed by tilling the planting site, leveling the soil, adding fertilizer, sowing the seed, raking the soil, mulching the area and watering the grass seed. You need a tiller, rake, spreader, fertilizer,... More »

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Plant grass in the spring by preparing the soil, sowing the grass seed, adding mulch to keep the seed in place and watering the grass regularly. Remove the mulch only once the grass becomes established. More »

To weed, feed and seed a lawn, remove the old grass from the property, aerate the property and spread the grass seed. After the grass is established, apply a weed and feed product to the lawn throughout the growing seaso... More »

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Overseed a lawn by preparing the grass, aerating the soil, spreading the seed, fertilizing and watering. You need a lawn mower, a core aerator or pitchfork, grass seed, fertilizer and a fertilizer spreader. More »

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