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Hi basically I've started renting a house and the garden needs a bit of TLC there are quite a few bare patches within the grass just wondering what would be the best way to fix this 

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  • BorderlineBorderline Posts: 4,639

    The easiest way is to buy some grass seed and sow in the bare areas. But before that, give the area a rake to loosen the soil's surface. Spike the area with a fork to allow for good drainage. Top dress with crumbly free draining soil. This can be garden compost mixed with the garden's soil. Work it in with a stiff broom and then broadcast the seed as directed on the pack. You may then sprinkle a bit more of the soil used on top and water in. Keep the patches watered to help the seeds germinate.

    Last edited: 02 July 2017 09:52:56

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