The lawn you choose should be sown, fed and re-seeded according to its type. For cool season favorites like perennial rye, Kentucky bluegrass and the fescues, the time to sow seed—whether to fill in bare spots or plant a brand new lawn—is in the “Fall”, actually mid-August to mid-September. The seed will germinate quickly in the still-warm soil, the young grass will thrive in the rapidly cooling air, and be up and growing before the first leaves fall.
Fall/Spring Core Aeration Overseeding
Core aeration pulls 1-3 inch deep plugs from your lawn to decompact the earth and allow nutrients to more easily and fully penetrate the soil. Overseeding (adding new grass seeds) after aeration creates the ideal situation to promote seed germination and result in a thicker, healthier, lusher lawn.
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