How To Fix A Bare Spot In Your Lawn
Learn how to repair a bare spot in your lawn with Scotts EZ Seed. Lawn and Garden Expert Ashton Ritchie shows you how to choose seed, prepare the area, and patch a bare spot.
Step 1: Prepare area
Clean up the area to be patched, ensuring it will get plenty of sunlight.
Step 2: Break up the soil
Break up the surface of the soil so the seed has a place to set into.
Step 3: Plant
Spread Scotts EZ Seed onto bare spot.
Step 4: Water
You'll want to water daily while the seeds are getting established (a couple of weeks).
If climate is hot or windy, you may want to water twice a day.
Step 5: Watch it grow!