Exeter Lawn Regeneration – September 2018

Exeter Lawn Regeneration - September 2018

The lawn was killed, rotavated and cleaned. 23 tonnes of local topsoil was then applied to the lawn and raked flat. Fresh grass seed was then sown and left to germinate.

The lawn was killed, rotavated and cleaned. 23 tonnes of local topsoil was then applied to the lawn and it was raked flat. Fresh grass seed was then sown and left to germinate.
Find out more about how this lawn was transformed in my blog post “A lawn regeneration in Exeter“.
The difference between seeding and turfing a lawn is discussed in my blog post: Should I seed or turf my new lawn?

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