If you’re interested in a comprehensive guide to cool season lawn renovation and overseeding, then you’ve come to the right place! I’ve compiled ALL of my best tips and tricks into this digital ebook covering THE ENTIRE process of lawn renovation and overseeding of cool season grasses from start to finish. This easy to follow guide features well over 100 pages of my personal recommendations that will take the guesswork out of lawn care and take your lawn to the next level!
This guide covers the full renovation process from removing your existing turf, planting new seed, and ongoing care after your renovation as well as the process of overseeding your existing lawn. Whether you choose to go all out and start over, or you simply want to improve that lawn you already have, this guide has you covered step by step.
I have also included a product guide for those that purchase this ebook that includes links to all the products recommended for each and every section of the guide and recommendations of what you will find in your local stores. My guides are focused on education and while I recommend products that have worked for me in the past, you are always free to choose whatever works best for you and the guide will still be your partner along the way.
My step by step approach covers:
- Renovation and Overseeding Basics
- Cool Season Lawn Care Basics
- Pros and Cons of Grass Types
- Soil Testing
- Removing Existing Turf
- Full Renovation Step by Step
- Lawn Leveling
- Proper Watering
- Starter Fertilizer Advice
- Fungus Control
- Ongoing Care After Renovation or Overseeding
- When To Mow After Renovation
- Overseeding Step by Step
- And More!
As I continue to expand on this guide in the future, any updates will be FREE to those who purchase now!
This digital ebook guide is intended for those with Cool Season Grasses. These grass types include Perennial Ryegrass, Kentucky Bluegrass, and Fescue (both Turf Type Tall Fescue and Fine Fescues). These grasses are grown in the cool season zone on the map at the bottom of this page. Many also grow tall fescue (a popular cool season grass type) in the transition zone or even a few warm season zones. This guide does not cover warm season grass types such as Bermuda, Zoysia, Centipede or St. Augustine.
* NOTE – If you are outside of the USA then you may not be able to access the products featured or talked about in this guide. I wanted to make sure you are aware of that before purchase. Thank you!