When your Muncie lawn is in desperate need of renovation, look to the experts at All Brothers Lawn Squad, LLC. With our knowledge of proper seeding techniques, we can have your property growing lush and green in no time. Keep reading to learn more about how we renovate and repair lawns across Muncie with our professional lawn seeding and aeration services.

3 Proper Seeding Techniques to Help Your Lawn Thrive

1. Correct Seed-to-Soil Contact

Grass seeds need the right seed-to-soil contact in order to grow and thrive. If you have a lot of thatch, brush, or weeds in your Muncie yard, the seeds can get caught up in this foliage. They will dry out and not grow. At All Brothers, we use proper techniques to ensure that a majority of the grass seed we sow gets the appropriate amount of soil, sun, water, and nutrition it needs.

2. Proper Slice-Seeding Techniques

Slice-seeding is a technique that can give your lawn the best chance to thrive and grow. We use a machine that slices directly into the ground, depositing the seed into the slits it creates. This gives the grass seed the proper seed-to-soil contact it needs. Slice-seeding should be performed in the fall for optimal results. The cooler, wet weather in the fall gives grass seed a better chance to germinate. 

3. Valuable Lawn Aeration

Often, aerating your Muncie lawn before seeding can give your turf a better chance to grow and develop. Aeration is a mechanical process by which tiny cores of soil are removed from the turf. When grass seed is spread on an aerated lawn, this gives the seed proper seed-to-soil contact and an improved chance of germinating. It also gives the grass seed better access to the nutrient-rich soil and water it needs to properly grow.

A Thriving Lawn Is Possible!

Don’t put up with that sub-par lawn any longer. Contact All Brothers Lawn Squad today by calling (765) 371-4186. We also provide other lawn care and maintenance services including fertilization and weed control, spring and fall cleanup, lawn pest control, and EAB treatments.

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