Do you re seed a lawn before or after spreading weed and feed?

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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Feb 28, 2018
    no.....If you want to seed the lawn ,the procedure is apply a few inches of top soil, lime, grass seed for your location, and starter fertilizer,cover with peat moss and keep moist....After the seed has geminated and has been mowed at least two times ,then the next step of fertilization will resume

  • Anita Sluder Smith Anita Sluder Smith on Feb 28, 2018
    We actually have a service that does all that & they do a pre-emerge Just b4 Spring (they’ve already done this) & then they come back a few weeks later & fertiliz & over-seed @ the same time.
    Hope this helps!

  • Danielle Whatsittoyou Danielle Whatsittoyou on Feb 28, 2018
    You should always lay grass seed before the first frost and let it germinate in the spring. That way you end up with very strong young grass that will take root well and grow. You won’t want to put weed & feed products on until your grass is old enough.

  • Amanda Amanda on Feb 28, 2018
    Weed and feed is for existing lawns, so if you have sparse patches, don't apply it until you have reseeded and have strong new growth.

  • April E April E on Feb 28, 2018
    Weed and feed and reseeding cannot happen in the same season

  • April E April E on Feb 28, 2018
    A good preemergant herbicide works for at least 3 months. If your company is applying a preemergant then reseeding in just a few weeks, either the seeds are being killed or the preemergant being used is a waste of your money

  • If you’re reseeding a lawn it has to be well established prior to using weed and feed.