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    <p>Planting grass seeds early in the spring will help ensure that you have a healthy, lush lawn throughout the summer months. The following tips will help you establish a healthy lawn as quickly as possible.</p><p></p><p>Grass planting dates vary based on the area in which you live. Planting grass in late March or April is usually the best time for most locations. The best time for planting grass in the spring is late March or April, especially in cool season grasses like Kentucky bluegrass, perennial fescue or tall fescue. During this period, these grasses are dormant and have plenty of time to grow and mature. Although you may be tempted to plant seeds in the late spring, this is not recommended due to the dryness that will be experienced as a result of winter frost.</p><p></p><p>To prepare your soil for planting grass, you first need to check your soil conditions. In many parts of the country, including parts of the southern U.S., you need to fertilize the ground before your grass seed has time to germinate. This helps the grass seeds properly develop and establish roots, as well as providing them with the right amount of nutrients they need to grow strong, healthy grass.</p><p></p><p>Grass seed does not need to be applied every week. If you follow recommendations, it is possible to plant seeds on their own in just a few short days. It may take up to two weeks for grass to fully grow and establish its roots in the soil. When it grows, you will notice that it looks fuller and healthier.</p><p></p><p>One tip to ensure that you plant enough grass seed is to be diligent about checking the soil regularly. It should be rich in nutrients, but it also needs to drain well. You can do this by making sure the topsoil is moist but not damp, and is not saturated. For example, if you are planting on a clay or silt-saturated soil, you need to water and then let the soil air dry before watering again.</p><p></p><p>The best time for grass seed to germinate is during the late spring and early summer months. Your local weather conditions will dictate the proper timing for you to apply grass seed. If you live in an area that experiences very hot summers and very cold winters, then you may want to wait until your soil is nearly dry before starting your lawn. In areas that experience cold winters, you may want to wait until the soil is below freezing in order to start your lawning.</p><p></p><p>Once you have planted grass, you should not over-fertilize your lawn. The lawn seed you use should be a low-maintenance weed killer that contains no chemicals, herbicides, or pesticides. The ideal grass seed should also contain plenty of nitrogen to help prevent weed growth. If your lawn receives too much fertilizer and weeds take root, you may need to use a weed control product after a while.</p><p></p><p>Most people use the topsoil they purchased from the grocery store to spread their grass seed. You should make sure the topsoil is free of any weeds and thoroughly mixed and leveled, otherwise your lawn will not be able to support grass growth at all.</p><p></p><p>When you are ready to seed, you will probably notice that the grass seed has already taken root. this article means your job is done. However, you may need to do some work a couple of weeks later to aerate and prepare your lawn for the next planting. Aerating your lawn should occur after the grass seed has been spread and then allowed to settle.</p><p></p><p>During aeration, water your lawn so that the topsoil aerates, as well as the ground underneath of the seed. It will help to keep the soil moist but also help reduce weed growth. If there is too much weed growth, the grass will not grow properly.</p><p></p><p>A lot of people are not satisfied with the look of their lawn and think that a weed killer would make a better grass seed. In fact, weeds can actually help to improve the look of your lawn, because of their roots’ ability to break down the nutrients that your grass seed lacks.</p>

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