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Checkout our collection of grass seed that can be used to patch your yard. Our Scott's seed packs are intended to fill in small areas of your yard.

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Growing Scotts grass seed can be a straightforward process if you follow some basic steps:
  1. Soil Preparation: Start by preparing your soil. Clear the area of weeds, rocks, and debris. Then loosen the top 2-3 inches of soil using a rake or a garden tiller. The soil should be loose and crumbly, making it easier for the grass seed to root and grow.
  2. Spread the Seed: Spread the Scotts grass seed evenly over the soil surface, following the recommended rate on the package. You can use a seed spreader or your hands to evenly distribute the seed. After spreading the seed, gently rake the soil to cover the seed with a light layer of soil.
  3. Watering: Water the seeded area gently and regularly, making sure to keep the soil consistently moist until the grass is well-established. Avoid overwatering, as this can lead to rotting or disease.
  4. Fertilization: Apply a starter fertilizer after seeding, following the recommended rate on the package. This will help provide the necessary nutrients for the grass to grow strong and healthy.
  5. Mowing: Once the grass reaches a height of 3-4 inches, you can start mowing it. Make sure to set your mower to a high setting and avoid cutting more than one-third of the grass blade at a time.
  6. Maintenance: To maintain a healthy lawn, make sure to water it regularly, fertilize it according to the recommended schedule, and mow it regularly. Also, keep an eye out for any pests or diseases and take appropriate action to control them.
Overall, growing Scotts grass seed can be a simple and rewarding process if you follow these basic steps and take good care of your lawn.

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