While I have thoroughly enjoyed summer, I can’t wait for the fall to really begin. The fall is the most magical time of the year. All the leaves turn from brown into yellow, into gold, into red. In the fall you can really enjoy the forest without it being cold. Since yesterday, we’ve also started to renovate our garden. Currently, there is not a patch of grass anywhere near our garden. But that is about to change because we are reintroducing grass into our garden. I can’t tell you how excited I am. Grass is a must-have in any garden. But now comes the challenge of sowing the grass. Of course, there are a number of online tutorials on how to sow grass seed. But if you really want to do it right, you go to experts. So I went to Moowy. This is the company that provided most of the FIFA 2018 World Cup stadiums with grass. So they really are the guys to call.
Great advice for a great a lawn.
The question “how to sow grass seed” is relatively complex. First, you must make sure your soil is in top condition. It should contain enough nutrition for the seeds that you are about to sow. You should also make sure that the patch of land is free of moss and weeds. You can do this by scarifying your lawn. Scarifying means to vertically cut the top layer of your lawn. For more information about this process, visit the Moowy website. You should also make sure that your soil is around 10 degrees. Your seeds can fully thrive in this temperature. You can measure this by sticking a thermometer 10 centimeters deep in the soil. Also, make sure that within the next week there won’t be an enormous downpour or heatwave. Your grass seeds will not appreciate this.
My soil is perfect, time to sow!
The next step in my how to sow grass seed tutorial is to choose the right seeds. You can buy seeds at Moowy that are perfect if you’re newly sowing a fresh patch of grass. You can also choose grass seeds that work better in the shade. You can even buy seeds that are able to take a hit. These seeds are very durable and regrow very fast. I imagine this is also the type of seed they used at all those stadiums. For any more information, go to the Moowy website. That only leaves me with wishing you could luck out there.