Prepare the top 4 to 6 inches of your soil by tilling and adding compost (optional).
Microclover does best with a pH of 6 to 7.
Rake to ensure a fine, even surface, then seed using a seed spreader, reserving some seed to fill in any gaps that develop after germination. Water regularly to ensure your soil doesn’t dry out.
The suggested sowing rate for a new lawn is 1 to 2 pounds for 1,000 square feet.
Mow close to the soil surface and aerate first. Seed with a thin coating of soil and sand to improve germination rates, rake lightly, and press.
The suggested sowing rate for an existing lawn is 1.5 pounds for 10,000 square feet.
Seeds recommended for blending with microclover include:
Dwarf perennial ryegrass
Mixes of 5 to 10% microclover will maintain the benefits of a clover lawn and keep weeds at bay.
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