The Southwest is a wonderful place to live and enjoy a life of quality. Owning a home or commercial space means taking complete responsibility of its upkeep and maintenance- interiors and exteriors. If you are lucky enough to have a beautiful lawn; you ought to re-seed it. The winter/early spring is the most suitable time to take up the re-seeding project.
Steps to re-seed your lawns:
1. You have to make space for the new seeds to grow. The seeds need to be completely covered under the ground and thus the first thing to do is prepare the ground.
2. At the point when grass reaches a favored stature, you can begin to plant Ryegrass seed. Spread half the seeds one way and the other half towards a path that is opposite to the main path.
3. Before starting the watering process, make sure to treat it and choose the ideal compost.
4. Apply mulch in the event that you don’t have a decent water system framework.
5. While re-seeding in winters, it is important that you water in light of the fact that keeping up a wet seedbed for around 10 days will enable the seed to sprout.
6. Your lawn cutter will also get some decent wintertime activity! With your new delightful winter yard, the cutting ought to be done at the tenth to fourteenth day after germination.
7. Winter yards require sustaining as well. Thus, you need to make sure to get the best manure to bolster your new lavish and wonderful winter garden.
Many homeowners keep their lawns green throughout the year by planting Ryegrass in the fall and Bermuda grassing the spring. A standout amongst other strategies to keep a lawn green through the Southwest winter is by over-seeding with Perennial Ryegrass. Just a little care and the right methods will ensure a lush and green lawn all through the year and add beauty and value to your property.