Overseeding is a common strategy for improving the overall look and quality of your lawn. As years pass, the natural life cycle of grass means it eventually ages and dies; instead of counting on the grass to replenish itself, this additional application of seeds and fertilizer can foster new growth.
Supports New Growth
The daytime temperatures outside of the typical spring and summer growing seasons are mild enough to allow seeds to germinate but not so high they affect the growth of the seedlings. Meanwhile, the low temperatures aren’t so cold they damage the seedlings, either.
Improves Moisture Retention
When it’s hot, water evaporates quickly, leaving grass seedlings thirsty. When watering overseeded lawns, seed and fertilizer have a chance to soak in that water for maximum benefit.
Strengthens Your Lawn
Adding new seed and fertilizer outside of the normal growing season allows you to supplement your lawn with new grass seeds that have desirable overall characteristics such as drought resistance. Grass has a better chance of growing because it isn’t fighting weeds, which typically don’t germinate in the off-season.
Are You Interested in Overseeding for Your Lakewood Property?
Trust Nichols Hydroseeding for your lawn solutions. Grass seed and fertilizer are prepared in a formula developed to thrive in the soil you have. Hydroseeding is all we do for our residential and commercial customers, so you can have total confidence in our expertise. From starting a new lawn to assisting you with jump-starting your lawn for next spring, contact us for expert overseeding today.
Rejuvenate Your Lakewood Lawn with Custom Overseeding Services
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Posted on October 27, 2021 | Published by Ignite Local | Related Local Business