Sowing grass with potting soil
Unfortunately, there are always a few places bald spots in the lawn where something must be nachgesät. So that the lawn grows nicely, I have the following tip:
I fill three-four hands full of potting soil in a bucket. Add vigorously water (at least 1 / 2L) and mix well until a thick, wet, creamy porridge is formed. Then add the lawn seeds (two hands) and mix well again. Wait a bit. Lubricate soil-seed-porridge on the bare spots.
Can be distributed more evenly. The seed has a few nutrients and something to "cling" to, because most of the bald spots are ground. In addition, the soil's moisture and water storage capacity facilitates germination.