Spot Patching

When lawn problems are confined, spot patching is the answer. Loosen the soil in the affected area to a depth of six inches (throw the top two inches of soil away if the problem stems from dog urine) and spread a two-inch layer of Canadian Peat over the spot. Top with a thin layer of starter fcr-tilizer and work the mixture into the soil. Reseed at a concentration of eight to 10 seeds per square inch. Rake lightly so seeds are just barely covered, top-dress with a quarter inch of Canadian Peat and keep the seeds moist until they germinate.

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