Lawns suffering from thin, bare patches or those without any grass at all require aggressive renovation techniques. The lawn may be revived by overfeeding with a lawn seeder.
The hopper drops a measured amount of seed into the soil prepared y the action of the rotating knife blades. As the lawn seeder moves forward, the neoprene flap smoothes the soil to cover the seed and aids germination.
Water thoroughly as soon as overseeding is complete and lightly each day until the seed germinates. Once the grass has sprouted, water regularly to encourage deeper growth.
If you are trying to find the best and fastest way to get a lush lawn, you should consider sod. While sod is more expensive than seed, it is a better way to have a lush lawn in a shorter period of time.
Whether you use seed or sod maintaining your lawn throughout the growing season is required for a lush lawn. Both will need plenty of water and fertilizer, and you will have to mow the lawn regularly to keep it looking neat and trimmed. Express can help provide this regular maintenance.
Sod vs. Seed: Which is Better?
When it comes to their lawns, many home owners take it very personally, and take measures to ensure that their lawns are absolutely gorgeous. Express shares that pride in each lawn they maintain. For some home owners, only the best grass seeds will do. For others, sod is a better option. There are many good reasons and bad reasons for using both sod and seeds.
Sod prices are one factor, as it is more expensive to install sod than it is to sprinkle some seeds. On the other hand, sod is often more reliable than seeds, because you can’t always be sure that seeds are going to germinate and sprout. The choice is yours, and whichever type of lawn you decide to go with, Express will help you have a lawn to be proud of.