Definition of reseed
1 : to sow seed on again or anew
2 : to maintain (itself) by self-sown seed
: to maintain itself by self-sown seed
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Yet the biggest change came two years ago, when the entire course was reseeded with a new, more up-to-date bent grass that made the fairway lies tighter and gave putts a better and truer roll on the greens.
The company will scrape off the topsoil and replace and reseed it after the construction dirt is removed.
Over the last eight years, much of the park has been off-limits to the public as Stachowicz and his colleague painstakingly laid down new turf and reseeded the lawn to get it back to its pristine state.
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