What is overseeding?
Seed is divided into equal lots in even coverage, in your lawn's thinning spot areas, a second spread of seed is introduced into your lawn. Once the seed germinates, the seedlings must be kept moist with light frequent watering until they are established. As new turf fills in, weeds are choked out, leaving you with a healthier, greener lawn.
This is often combined with an Aeration service to allow more water and vital nutrients to penetrate your lawn and encourage optimal root growth. As a machine called a lawn aerator punches holes into the soil, fresh seed is introduced and makes direct contact deeper into the soil rather than getting captured above ground and not germinating.