Make your neighbours green with envy with fresh and vibrant grass
It’s important to get the grass blades to stand. To do this, wait until the ground is firm enough to walk on without sinking in.
In areas where foot traffic occurs and soil is compacted, it may be a good idea to aerate the lawn with a power aerator so fresh air can circulate through.
Lay down two to three centimeters of lawn soil and rake smooth.
Use half a kilogram for every 40 square meters. Then, spread the grass seed thinly over top using a seed spreader. Seed the patch length-wise, then width-wise to ensure you’ve covered the entire area.