Scotts®best mix for hard to grow areas.
Suitable for sun and shade, requires less water and mowing.
Each seed is coated with an exclusive super-absorbent material that absorbs up to 2 times more water than uncoated seed to help increase water-use efficiency.
Best results are obtained when soil moisture is less than ideal.
Recommended Spreader Settings:
Scotts® Broadcast/Rotary Spreader (Turf Builder® Edgeguard Mini, Deluxe Edgeguard®)
Overseeding - 3
New Lawn/Bare Spot Repair - 6 ¼
Scotts® Hand-Held Spreaders (Handygreen II, Easy Hand-Held)
Overseeding - 3
New Lawn/Bare Spot Repair - 4
Not recommended for use with a drop spreader.
3 STEPS TO SEEDING SUCCESS!
OVERSEEDING mow grass closely; rake to remove dead grass; loosen top 6 mm (¼ inch) of soil in bare and thin areas.
BARE SPOTS & NEW LAWNS - loosen top 5 to 7.5 cm (2 to 3 inches) of soil.
TIP: Use Scotts® Enriched LawnSoil 0.08-0.03-0.02 to grow grass 50% thicker and 33% quicker
Distribute the seed evenly and then gently rake area to work seed into the soil. For best results, always use a Scotts® brand spreader.
Apply Scotts® StarterTM fertilizer and then water thoroughly. WATERING IS CRUCIAL TO SEEDING SUCCESS. Keep the soil surface moist until the seedlings reach 5 cm (2 inches) tall. TIP: In 4 to 6 weeks, apply a Scotts® Turf Builder® lawn fertilizer to help plants knit together. Do not apply a weed control product until after at least 3 mowings.
Fall and spring are the best times to plant grass seed, because seed germinates best when temperatures are between 15° and 25°
Best mix for hard to grow areas
Do not apply a weed control product until after at least 3 mowings.
1.4 kg (3 lbs): Overseeding - 104 sq. metres (1,122 sq. ft), Bare Soil - 35 sq. metres (374 sq. ft)
Contains: 50% w/w Seed (30% Creeping Red Fescue, 30% Chewing Fescue, 30% Kentucky Bluegrass, 10% Turf-type Perennial Ryegrass), 48% w/w Limestone Powder and 2% ZEBA® Grass Seed Coating Material.