08:10AM | 05/15/07
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I just had my new lawn hydroseeded, but I have some worries. My landscaper tilled about 3" down then his hydroseed contractor came in and seeded.(I believe landscaper spread himself to thin on 3 new houses in the neighborhood) Now I have a lawn that looks clumpy, when I asked the landscaper about it he said not to worry, that once seed is germenated he will roll lawn out. I am worried that by not rolling it out first I will have low/high spots in the lawn and the edging will sink well below the level of the sidewalk, driveway and patio, not to mention that there will be alot of bare spots due to seed sitting on clumps of dirt. Am I worrying for nothing? or should I be concerned? Thanks in advance for any opinions.
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