Site evaluation is very important to understanding your lawn, your lawn's potential and possible problems.

 

Consider these questions in the evaluation of your site.

 

What is the square foot coverage of the area you will be seeding?

This is important for the planning of seeding your lawn, and for knowing the site size for the future purchasing of fertilizers, chemical and lawn maintenance.

What type of soil are you working with?

Sand, clay, black loam, etc. This will help in seed selection and understanding the required lawn maintenance.

What is the square foot coverage of the area you will be seeding?

This is important for the planning of seeding your lawn, and for knowing the site size for the future purchasing of fertilizers, chemical and lawn maintenance.

What type of soil are you working with?  

What is the ph of the soil?  

Does water adequately drain from the site?  

If not, does subsurface drainage need to be considered, or site grading?  

Is the site flat, have hills or slopes?  

Do you have full sun, full shade, sun and shade?

Will the site have irrigation or rely on just rainfall?

These questions are very important whether you are installing a lawn, playground, landscape, athletic field, or whatever your seeding job may be.