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How do I remove leaves from a newly seeded lawn?


To remove leaves from a newly seeded lawn, it’s best to use a leaf blower to avoid walking on the ground which might leave footprints and disturb the seedbed.


If you don’t have a leaf blower, use a rake to pick up the leaves by carefully gliding the rake head over the surface of the soil. Be sure to only do this when the soil is dry and do not dig the teeth of the rake into the soil. 


If leaves are left on the lawn for too long, they can block access to necessary sunlight for new seeds to sprout. Once the grass seed has germinated and grass blades have grown an inch tall, you will not disturb the soil significantly if you walk on the lawn.

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