Now is the time to put in some grass seed
Spread seed of cool-season grasses (rye and fescue) to fill in areas where grass has died in your lawn. Thick grass won't allow weeds a foothold like bare soil would during the spring. To prepare the lawn, cut grass short. Spread seeds and keep moist during dry periods. The cool-season grasses will be strong in the spring, thus not allowing weed seeds a place to germinate.
You can redo a whole lawn or just over seed the lawn grass you have if it's not think enough. It should sprout now and in the spring and surprise you with new growth.
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Posted by Marilyn Renaker at September 28, 2011 7:38 AM