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No. Germination is done with nutrients inside the seed, you do no need any fertilizer, nor sun. In fact most seedling soil has little or no nutrients: they just keep water. In general, there is no need to speed up the process (dark storage is often not a problem also on large scale). With some plant, some chemicals are used (e.g. to soften seed), but to ...


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You need to aerate your lawn. Once the plugs are removed, you can then fill in the holes with a top soil that is high in sand. Once you have the holes filled you can over seed. The seed will grow in these spots where it does not have to compete with other grass. The other option is not to over seeds. It will not take very long for your current grass ...


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