Answer: As a matter of fact, October is the prime month to seed a new lawn. The temperatures are cool, natural rainfall helps keep the seedbed moist and grass will pop up within about 10 days. Prepare the soil by raking out debris and stones, then broadcast seed, rake it in lightly, and cover with a very thin layer of peat or aged-compost. Sprinkle daily if there is no rainfall, and stand back. Your new lawn will sprout up in no time at all!
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