# how much grass seed

## Best answer

Depending on where you live,what your climate generally is like,and what the specific variety of grass seed that you use is,you should usually plan on sowing at least2-3 pounds of grass seed for every 1,000 square feet;generally no more than five pounds although there are some exceptions.

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### How do I calculate how much grass seed I Need?

Divide the total area of the lawn by 1,000, as seeding rates are generally recommended in pounds of seed per 1,000 square feet, to determine the number of 1,000-foot sections. If you have a small lawn, this number might be a decimal that’s less than 1.

### How many square feet is an acre of grass seed?

Steps Learn the amount of acreage (or hectares) in the land that is to be seeded. Check the grass seed rate on the bag or with the grass seed manufacturer. Since one acre = 43,560 square feet, first begin dividing 1000 square feet by 43,560 to get 43.56.

### How much seed do I need to overseed my lawn?

Divide the total area of the lawn by 1,000, as seeding rates are generally recommended in pounds of seed per 1,000 square feet, to determine the number of 1,000-foot sections. If you have a small lawn, this number might be a decimal that’s less than 1. Choose the grass species of blend that you will overseed the lawn with.

### How much bluegrass seed do I need for a lawn?

For colonial and creeping bentgrasses, the seeding rate is usually 1/2 to 1 pound per 1,000 square feet. Plan on requiring about 3 pounds of bluegrass seed, 10 pounds of ryegrass seed, 4 pounds of red fescue, 5 pounds of hard fescue or 8 to 10 pounds of tall fescue seed for every 1,000 square feet of turf.