1. Keyfit Tools Grass Seed SPIKER Dog Spot & Bare Spot Seeding Tool. Get The Most Seed Germination with All Types of Seed & Patch Scotts EZ Seed Repairs Dead Spots Dog Damage Lawn Turf & Grass Repair

Keyfit Tools Grass Seed SPIKER Dog Spot & Bare Spot Seeding Tool. Get The Most Seed Germination with All Types of Seed & Patch Scotts EZ Seed Repairs Dead Spots Dog Damage Lawn Turf & Grass Repair

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Part Number: SNS-192-B07MTQ26SZ
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The Seed Spiker creates perfect spike slots for seed to fall into ~Once the grass seed is in the slot it can't wash away Repairs dog spots, dead spots and general lawn & turf repair Simply Tap the Seed Spiker a few times in the damaged area, sprinkle seed with starter fertilizer, water in and you are done Stop throwing your $ away. Seed needs to be embedded in the soil for it to germinate and not wash away Works with all types of seeders and spreaders. And seed like Scotts Turf Builder, EZ Seed sunny mix shady mix, sun shade mix, Pennington seed, Northern and Southern lawns, kentucky bluegrass, bent grass, fescue, Bermuda, St. Augustine, Perennial ryegrass, Zoysia grass, Centipedegrass, Bahiagrass Made from heavy duty solid cast iron fittings and black steel pipe for a lifetime of use ~See all our tools at Keyfit Tools ~Keyfit Tools Patented ProductsInstructions: The spikes only need to penetrate the soil 1/8”-1/4” roughly the length of the sharp end of the spike. The spikes are made extra long to allow for think thatch and dead grass. The holes should not penetrate the soil more than 1/4” Make several taps into the dead patches of grass per square foot. Sprinkle grass seed over spiked dead patch. Lightly water in and the seeds will drop into the Seed Spiker holes. Dead grass does not necessarily need to be removed the seedlings will come up right through the dead grass. For dog spots drench with water to reduce the nitrogen concentration let dry for a few hours before spiking and seeding.