Reseeding Natives in South Texas: Site Preparation
- Date of Publication
- December 7, 2021
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Native species often require specific conditions for optimum growth and development. Preparing a good seedbed is a key to establishing any plant by intentional seedings. For native plantings, the seedbed needs to be level, firm, uniform, and free of debris and dirt clods. This publication explains how to prepare your land for reseeding. (4 pages)
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