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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of overseed.

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Examples

  • Other traditionally overseeded teams in the tournament are Clemson, BYU and Tennessee — all three barely unpacked their bags last year, losing in the first round.

    Schools the Selection Committee Can't Get Right

  • A light spray to the overseeded areas is better than a straight stream to keep from disturbing the seed.

    Weekend Project: Overseed now for a lush lawn in spring

  • The tomatoes became overgrown in part because he overseeded the spot so he'd have enough vegetables to share with the hundreds of small rabbits that comb the farm.

    An Economist Goes Country

  • Last night I laid sod in the back and dug out millions of dandelions in the front, then overseeded.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • The fairways had not been overseeded for winter, and everything was parched.

    Play It as It Dries

  • They have Bermuda grass in the fairways and bent grass on the greens, overseeded by ryegrass all over the course.

    USATODAY.com - Bermuda, bent, rye: Grass types make big difference

  • The Gators started the tournament having to hear how they were overseeded.

    The Seattle Times

  • For those of you with a Stein's Garden and Gifts nearby (midwest) they have this for 49.99 out the door no coupons or rebates. radheykrishna said: I have not overseeded my lawn last fall.

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  • I imagine they could open once the grass is no longer dormant and turns back to green. (when the temps warms up, the courses were not overseeded) registration.

    Las Vegas Sun Stories: All Sun Headlines

  • Harris added there certainly won't be a PGA Tour event in 2016-17 as the course transitions from playing in overseeded rye for a May event to Bermuda grass for the heat of the midsummer.

    Brownsville Herald :

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