oversow

oversow

(ˌəʊvəˈsəʊ)
vb (tr) , -sows, -sowing, -sowed, -sown or -sowed
(Agriculture) agriculture to sow again after first sowing
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A few weeks later, if your lawn is still patchy, oversow it lightly with a quality lawn seed.
A few weeks later, if it is still patchy, oversow lightly with quality lawn seed.
If the lawn looks thin with lots of bare patches, oversow it with grass seed of a similar type.
Oversow a corner of your lawn with wildflowers, including moon daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum), meadow clary (Salvia pratensis) and red campion (Silene dioica).
I broadcast seed onto a prepared bed, being careful not to oversow. As leaves first appear, I thin them for use in salads, soups and stews.
By mid-spring you should be able to rake out any remaining moss and oversow bare patches with grass.
First moss, then weeds, then feed and oversow. Aerating the lawn by spiking it is usually the most beneficial thing you can do.
New patch: I broadcast and oversow my seeds, so that when new plants reach about three to four inches in height, my harvesting of selected whole plants is my way of thinning the patch.
By mid-spring, you should be able to rake out any remaining moss and oversow bare patches with grass seed.
First moss, then weeds, then feed and oversow. Aerating the lawn by spiking it is the most beneficial thing you can do.