Answer: It can sometimes be frustrating to get a new lawn up and growing, but once you do, you'll have fewer weed problems because a thick, healthy lawn will crowd out most weeds. You can kill the weeds once the lawn is up and growing - usually about 3 weeks after seeding. Use a weed and feed type product. Once you've eliminated the weeds you can rake and reseed any bare areas. Water and mow regularly, and feed 3-4 times a year to help your lawn grow lush and thick. By next spring you should have a healthy, weed free lawn.
Best wishes with your lawn!
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