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.

Advantages:

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.

How to Use Potting Soil to Seed a Lawn | September 2020