Over-Seeding benefits you and your
lawn by developing a thick, lush and growing turf.
By thickening your lawn, weeds and moss have a difficult
time getting established.
Weeds can be better controlled
in the lawn by building a thick, vigorous stand of
grass plants, inhibiting weed seed germination. Human
beings hate weeds. We have for centuries and to this
day weeds still get the better of us. We dislike them
so much that most people can probably name more weed
types than grass varieties. Weeds are the toughest
pests to control organically, because most weeds are
very successful plants.
When the environment is favorable
for good plant growth, weeds also excel. We recommend
some tolerance of weeds; monoculture plantings are
very difficult to maintain without resorting to herbicides.
Mother Nature wants diversity in her natural pattern.
Her plan also includes thinning out the weak and sickly.
If lawns are thin and unhealthy, stronger weeds waste
little time in overpowering the area.