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I want to put down grass seed on top soil. What setting should I use? Thanks.

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It depends on the grass seed you are using. Please give Scotts a call at 877-465-5160, and we can see if we have a setting for you.
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Posted on Sep 14, 2011

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SOURCE: what settings to use for grass seed

If you are planning to overseed or reseed your yard, it would be best to use a rotary spreader instead of a drop spreader. When spreading seed set the spreader on 2 or 3, It really depends on the square footage of your yard. If you purchased seed from a local nursery or hardware store, read the bag and it will have the correct spreader setting on the bag. If you just bought a few pounds and the clerk weighted it up for you, you probably can call and ask the clerk for the spreader setting. But I'm pretty sure setting 3 will work just fine.

Posted on Sep 14, 2011

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SOURCE: need settings for spreader for fescue grass seed

When spreading seed, the setting is not important. Adjust it high and go for a light dusting of VISABLE seed on the preped soil. Then rake in lightly. You can never put too much seed down unlike fertilizer. Good luck, and keep it wet for 30 days for best results!

Posted on Oct 25, 2011

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I bought 2 bags of fast grass and 2 bags of regular for a project. Grass was spotty at best and I will never buy it again. Wasted 50 dollars on seed and dirt.


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How long do I need to wait to reseed / sod lawn after applying roundup?


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Some specific treatment limits: First some lawns will require two treatments with Roundup before reseeding (or planting sod). So wait 7 days after the first application to identify any green (growing) spots and then retreat. After all existing lawn grasses and weeds have been treated, you can rake the area and then put down sod or grass seed 3 days after application.

Second: for best results the plants treated with Roundup need to get rain or irrigation a few days before the application and 2-3 days after the application. (This is true if the soil is dry when you are getting ready to plant.)

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(the labels for several Roundup products are here: http://www.scotts.com/smg/catalog/productCategorySubSelf.jsp?itemId=cat50096&navAction=jump . Click on product information and then the label.)

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Son used roundup in backyard to kill weeds.


round up i think has a two week withholding period, so wait two weeks & turn the soil over & re seed is the only way I can see

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