A light application of salt hay makes an ideal mulch for just-sown grass seed. It covers large areas inexpensively, prevents seed from blowing away and doesn't sprout weeds. If you can afford it, or for smaller areas, use manure or compost instead to both protect the seed and feed the soil.
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