1. Definition: Replant means technically, scatter seed on a lawn or pasture already installed.Replanting, is a practice widely used to keep Green Garden throughout the year, is to scatter seed (usually ryegrass) on the grass of summer, which will enter dormancy with the onset of winter. This green roof improves the appearance of the garden during the winter, and also protects the lawn in Dormition of the wear of trampling and competition with weeds that will be given at the beginning of spring, when summer species have not yet awakened. Summer species most commonly used which can be called landgrass, are the bermuda and the Kikuyu. These species are perennial, i.e. are kept alive for several years.
But, during the fall and winter they enter dormancy, giving the grass a straw yellow colour and thus desluciendo the environment. Is achieved by placing new seeds of winter, tapestry keep green in the period in which the species of summer are yellow. The transition from species of winter we do again occurs later in the spring, replanting, to the summer. 2. Perfect time for reseeding: the time to replant depends on the climate of the year and can be extended fairly according to the conditions. The appropriate period of reseeding is from the second fortnight of March until the first half of June, although we consider to be ideal time from April 1 to May 15. 3 Density: The density of seed to replant must be greater than of a planting, because to not place the seeds in a prepared seed bed (we are sowing over an installed lawn), there are a lot of seeds that are lost during germination and anchor the plant to the ground.Depending on much of how to make autumn replanting and later use that will have the lawn we can say that for a 4 to 6 kg garden and a sports field of 8 to 10 kg/100 m2 are the most recommended densities.