overseeding

overseeding

[¦ō·vər¦sēd·iŋ]
(meteorology)
Cloud seeding in which an excess of nucleating material is released; as the term is normally used, the excess is relative to that amount of nucleating material which would, theoretically, maximize the precipitation received at the ground.
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Maintenance of lawns (mowing, scarifying, aeration, overseeding .
Owners with multiple facilities get the opportunity for economies of scale in such things as overseeding.
Faye Sharabi, Chairman, Manama Singers IT continues to be a very busy time for our maintenance staff with overseeding of the back nine holes of the championship course and the driving range tees, target greens and practice areas.
There isn't really an order of preference for overseeding and fertilizing," Choate says.
Plan to select a turf-type fescue grass seed for seeding or overseeding.
Our Montgomerie championship course will be closed for overseeding next week so everyone will have to wait until the following Tuesday for the penultimate matches of the league.
THE GRASS IS GREENER - The Earth course closed earlier this week as Jumeirah Golf Estates Course superintendent Mark Tupling and his team began the process of overseeding the course in preparation for the arrival of the top 60 players in The Race to Dubai.
Speaking of tweaks here and there, Garland added: "There will be no material changes, we're just overseeding with ryegrass because Bermuda starts to go dormant in the cooler months, to ensure there's a bit of guaranteed rough to give the guys something to think about.
If there are bald patches, feed your lawn with a quality lawn fertiliser high in nitrogen before overseeding them to ensure growth in time for the summer.