Overseeding

Overseeding is a method of seeding over top of an existing lawn. As your lawn continues to age the production rate of new grass blades begins to slow down, and in this weakened state, weeds can start to take over. The two main reasons for overseeding lawns are:
- The lawn has become thin, brown, and patchy.
- Warm-season grass which goes dormant in the winter may be overseeded with cool-season seed for year-round growth.