Information from Gaston Rentals About How an Overseeder Works

The link at the end of the article will take you to a brief but clear outline of exactly how an overseeder works. The principles are summed up in the three points below:

  1. Two V-shaped discs are cut into the soil.
  2. A seed is dispensed into the gap created by the discs.
  3. The seed is locked in place by the elasticity of the turf, and covered by the roller.

The seeds themselves are, more-or-less, ideally planted by an overseeder. If you’ve ever wanted to try overseeding, but weren’t ready to invest in buying one outright, visit a rental store that provides garden care equipment and simply rent one. If your lawn could thank you for it, it would!