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How to Overseed Your Lawn

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A thick healthy lawn not only looks good but also helps keep down weeds. When your lawn begins to develop bald spots it is time to oversee. This is a guide about how to overseed your lawn.
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November 5, 2009

It's no secret that a thick, healthy lawn reduces the need for using water and fertilizer. Today's grass varieties have been developed to have a greater resistance to insects, drought, and disease. They're also designed to stand up to heavier foot traffic. If your lawn is starting to look thin and tired, and the weeds are starting to creep in, it may be time to give it a boost by overseeding it.
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November 6, 20090 found this helpful

I don't think you can put too much seed on it. The birds end up eating some and some gets blown around despite using peat moss on top. And, grass seed is pretty inexpensive compared with sod.

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