Ideal for: Lawns from 4,000 to 6,000 sq. ft.
Common large lawns include corner lots and those found in more established neighbourhoods.
Everyone wants a thick and healthy lawn. Overseeding is the practice of adding new grass seed into a lawn, to introduce a new endophyte-enhanced grass species that requires less water, less fertilizer, resists insects and disease pressures, and discourages weed infestations.
Overseeding is recommended annually for every lawn, even the best conditioned.
For lawns that are thin, weak, and have minor areas of concern, overseeding works wonders. New grass seed assists in thickening up these areas before they continue to worsen and problems arise and continually adding new grass seed replaces older, tired grass to keep it healthy and robust.