On Thu, 31 Aug 2006 17:38:17 -0400, email@example.com wrote:
Make sure you don't have a layer of thatch on the ground. The seed
must be in direct contact with the ground. First, mow as low as
possible. Spread starter fertilizer and seed. Keep moist. For bare
areas use straw to protect the seedlings. It's easy!
"TQ" <ToweringQs AT adelphia.net> wrote in message
depending how bug the area you want to over sow, how hard the soil is and
how bare the patch is, I usually run a rake across the area if not too large
to loosed up the earth a little, throw the seed on and rake it in lightly.
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