Learn how to sow grass seed with our informative D.I.Y video
Prepare the seed bed
- Dig the soil over to a depth of 20-25cm
- Remove weeds by hand (if in a small area) or by using Feed, Weed and Moss Killer across the area.
Learn how to get the perfect seedbed here.
Tip: Leave the ground to cultivate naturally, 1-4 weeks if you can. This will bring any remaining sneaky weeds to the surface that can be pulled out by hand. However, if you have used our Feed, Weed and Moss Killer - you can skip this step.
Divide the ground into m2 sections
Mark out your lawn into m2 sections so you can cover the ground evenly - just like Ross did using our IMPRESS: Clay Master Lawn Seed.
Spread the seed by hand or by using a spreader at the recommended rate:
- If you are sowing a new lawn, you should sow at 50g per m2
- If you are overseeding an existing lawn, you should sow at 35g per m2
Lightly rake over the soil so the seed has good contact with soil and then firm down by foot.