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reseed

Line breaks: re¦seed
Pronunciation: /riːˈsiːd
 
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Definition of reseed in English:

verb

[with object]
Sow (an area of land) with seed, especially grass seed, again: fall is a prime time to reseed bare patches in the lawn
More example sentences
  • Another option is to cut sod from a less visible area of your lawn to patch a priority area and reseed the area where the patch was taken.
  • For example, some seed mixtures work well in shady areas, while other mixtures are made for reseeding sunny areas.
  • Shade under a tree is difficult to solve without the drastic step of cutting it back or completely removing, but it is worth reseeding the area with a grass variety that will tolerate those conditions.

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