Available in the following areas:
State(s): AL, AR, LA, IA, MS, MN, WA, MI, UT, NE, AR, AL, CO, IN, NM, DE, MO, NC, MD, NJ, VA, CA, WV, NV, IL, OK, SC, AZ, KS, NY, KY, TN, OH, TX, GA, PA
Scotts® Hand-Held Spreaders
Reseeding - 5
New Lawn/Bare Spot Repair - 5*
Scotts® Broadcast/Rotary Spreaders
Reseeding - 12
New Lawn/Bare Spot Repair - 14½
Scotts® Drop Spreaders
Reseeding - 10
New Lawn/Bare Spot Repair - 15
Reseeding - 30
New Lawn/Bare Spot Repair - 31*
* go over lawn twice
Bare Soil: Loosen top layer of soil.
Dead Grass/Thin Area: Rake area and remove dead grass.
For best results, add a thin layer of Scotts® Turf Builder® Lawn Soil? before applying seed.
Small Area: Spread by hand or with a Scotts® handheld spreader.
Large Area: Apply using a specially designed Scotts® spreader.
After seeding, apply Scotts® Turf Builder® Food for New Grass to boost your seed's performance for a thicker lawn that comes in quicker. Lightly rake to move the seed and fertilizer into the soil.
Keep the soil surface moist until the seedlings reach 2 inches tall.
Fall and spring are the best times to plant grass seed, because seed germinates best when temperatures are between 61°F and 70°F.
3 lbs: up to 1,300 sq. ft.
7 lbs: up to 3,100 sq. ft.
20 lbs: up to 8,900 sq. ft.