Mechanical Slit-Seeding = Best Way to Rebuild a Thinning Lawn
Updated: Oct 21, 2021
Slit-seeding is the mechanical process of planting premium site-specific grass seed through an existing stand of turfgrass, directly into the soil.
Unlike general over-seeding where a spreader is normally used to simply broadcast seed over a lawn (hoping grass seed will eventually reach soil to begin the germination process), mechanical slit-seeding ensures critical seed-to-soil contact by slicing through the lawn and planting the seed directly into the soil. Mechanical slit-seeding is best performed in late summer/early fall, but can be completed in the spring as long as NO crabgrass prevention herbicides are used (pre/post slit-seeding).
Mechanical slit-seeding provides excellent seed germination rates and should be incorporated into any professional long-term lawn improvement program.
Please be sure to contact Pacocha Landscaping Services, Inc. with any lawn care or mechanical slit-seeding questions you may have. Thank you for visiting our site and have a great day!