Have you tried to plant grass seed in part of your lawn, but haven’t been successful? No worries, we can help you with that!
The best way to seed extremely thin or barren areas of dirt is through a technique called slit-seeding. What makes slit-seeding (also referred to as “slice-seeding”) such a great option for seeding projects is the way it embeds the seed directly into the soil. Soil to seed contact is extremely important for grass seed germination to be successful. Lush Lawn uses top of the line slit seeding equipment designed to sow the seed directly into the surface of the dirt giving it a great chance for germination. With proper watering, your bare areas will be a thing of the past. Once the grass gets a bit thicker you can start a lawn over-seeding program which will help make thin grass become thicker.
Remember that thick grass turf is great for weed control and will help to reduce or eliminate weeds and undesired grasses by keeping them from being able to take root in the first place.
When Slit-seeding we use only premium quality Kentucky bluegrass and perennial rye grassseeds that include disease and insect resistant strands of seed to help the overall strength andresilience of your lawn.
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