I didn’t get a chance to over seed my lawn this fall, but understand dormant seeding in the winter works. Is there a better time to do this?
Dormant seeding can take place anytime during the winter. The object is to take advantage of the freezing and thawing of the soil. Frozen ground cracks open - thawed ground closes up. This process helps work the grass seed into the soil so it’s ready to grow this spring. I like mid to late February for dormant seeding, but if you’d like to do it now, go for it.