How to Plant Canada Green Grass

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How to Plant Canada Green Grass

Canada green grass has been called "too good to be true." The grass grows very green and unusually fast. The yard looks professional and lush. Most people are amazed at the beautiful lawn produced by the Canada green grass seed. The composition of the lawn seed is 42 per cent red fescue. There is also 30 per cent Kentucky bluegrass, 25 per cent annual ryegrass, 2.7 per cent inert matter, .5 per cent other crop seed and .5 per cent weed seed. The Canada green grass grows so quickly it needs mowing sometimes as often as twice a week. If you are looking to grow a beautiful lawn in a short period of time, plant Canada green grass seed.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

Things you need

  • Heavy-duty rake
  • Leaf rake
  • Seed spreader
  • Canada green grass seed

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  1. 1

    Rake the dirt in the area from side to side. Break up the soil well. Remove all weeds and other greenery from the grass location.

  2. 2

    Evenly spread out your Canada green grass seeds. Generously distribute the seeds over the entire area. You can use your hands or rent a seed spreader.

  3. 3

    Use a leaf rake to lightly cover the Canada green grass seeds so the birds do not eat them. Push them lightly under the dirt.

  4. 4

    Water the dirt and the seeds every day, but be careful not to wash the seeds away. Keep the ground moist. Once the seeds sprout and take root, you can water without the worry.

Tips and warnings

  • Canada green grass thrives well without fertiliser.
  • Weather extremes such as cold, heat and snow can kill new grass.
  • High-traffic areas and places where animals tread, and urinate, will kill the new grass.

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