overseed

o·ver·seed

 (ō′vər-sēd′)
v. o·ver·seed·ed, o·ver·see·ing, o·ver·seeds
tr.v.
To spread grass seed on (turf or an established lawn) in order to fill in thin or bare spots.
intr.v.
To spread grass seed on turf or an established lawn.

overseed

(ˌəʊvəˈsiːd)
vb
to plant too much seed in
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You can overseed by aerial application, with a broadcast seeder mounted on a tractor, or on small acreage, with a manually operated spin seeder.
One of the biggest things I learned is that you shouldn't overseed ryegrass, or any other cover crop, until you have a well-established cash crop.
I've found that you should overseed peppers, tomatoes, eggplant and other crops with similar physical characteristics after the early-bloom to full blossom stage.
Overseed snap beans at blossom-set, or when beans begin to form.
For dense-canopy crops like soybeans, overseed at the leaf-yellowing to early leaf-drop stage.
It makes a reliable, weed-suppressing cover crop when overseeded into corn, soybeans and vegetable crops.
In this context, this study evaluated the productivity and morphological composition of the Tifton 85 grass (Cynodon spp.) alone or overseeded with cool season annual grasses in irrigated system in Northwestern Parana State.
In general, the temperatures during the experimental period (Table 1) favored the development of the pasture of Tifton 85 alone, resulting in TFP similar to the other overseeded treatments.
(2010), in Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul State, 2469 kg DM [ha.sup.-1] cycle-1, in Coastcross pasture overseeded with ryegrass.
(2012), in Dois Vizinhos, Parana State, which examined four cultivars of oats overseeded on African star grass pasture and obtained an average of 1910 kg DM [ha.sup.-1] [cycle.sup.-1].
(2006a), the overseeded treatments exhibited leaf/stem ratio (RFC) above one (1) (Table 6).
Production of tifton 85 hay overseeded with white oats or ryegrass.