By: earthdev On: March 26, 2007 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

An article in seattlepi.com written by Ann Lovejoy shared a technique for treating some patchy soggy lawn areas. The idea originally came from John Caine a designer at Joy Creek Nursery In Scappoose, Ore. First, mow the lawn as short as possible. Second, spread 1” of clean 1/4” crushed stone over the area. Third, spread 1” of good compost over the gravel. Fourth, Top-Seed with a grass seed blend correct for your area and then rake it in. Finally, wait six to seven weeks before mowing again. These processes can be done with an Earth & Turf topdresser.
To read the complete article go to the following web site. http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/nwgardens/308478_lovejoy24.html