Slice Seeding

Why Slice Seed? If you own an athletic field, or have a thinning lawn, or have a lawn that has been infested by insects or fungus, slice seeding can help your grass grow healthy. During this process, the seed will directly target and go to the soil; helping the soil grows fresh and prosperous. When we slice seed, the small blades will create little furrows inside the soil making a nice cozy home for the seeds.

Slice seeding is essentially used to either repair a damaged lawn or to improve a thin of weak lawn. The machine that completes this process, a slice seeder, can be programmed to slice the ground at the proper length for the proper seed type of fertilizer you are using, increasing the chances of fully reviving your lawn.

After your complete slice seeding it’s important to maintain a steady watering schedule for three weeks after the job is performed to make sure the seeds properly germinate. Additionally, it’s important to keep mowing your grass, as if the existing grass gets too tall, it can shade the newly sprouted seedlings.