Colorado Supreme Turf Grass Mix
Perennial Rygrass, Revenge GLX 40%
Tall Fescue, Talladega 30%
Kentucky Bluegrass, SR2100 20%
TX Hybrid Bluegrass, Bandera 10%
- Blended specifically for Colorado
- Great Wear-ability
- Low Maintenance
- Drought Tolerant
- Dark Green Color
Colorado Supreme Turf Lawn Mix is a mix of selected high-quality, fine-textured Kentucky Bluegrass species that form a dense, uniform sod with outstanding deep color, excellent wear-ability, heat and drought tolerance, winter hardiness and disease resistance. Colorado Supreme Turf Lawn Mix incorporates the features of the Bluegrass for Colorado and add Tall Fescue for more shade tolerance with Perennial Ryegrass to enhance quick establishment. Great to use for sports turf, play areas and areas with dog traffic. Strong rhizomes enable this turf to fill in bare areas quickly and recover from damage easily.
|RECOMMENDED — USE:||Sports fields, Lawns|
This is a mix with a multi-year shelf life when stored in a Cool and Dry environment. Additional seed purchased this year can be used for years to come when stored properly.
SEEDING RATE: For new lawns, use 4-6 pounds per 1,000 square feet. Rake into the top 1/4 inch of soil, water daily or as needed to keep the soil surface moist until the seedlings reach 2 inches tall.
General Grass Seeding Tips:
Timing: Seed in the Spring or Fall when the soil temperature is 60 to 70 degrees for best results.
Preparation: Ensure adequate drainage of your site. Cultivate 4-6 inches with topsoil. Incorporation of a starter fertilizer will help provide proper nutrients for early growth. Keep seed bed firm, not fluffy.
Seeding: Using a drop spreader or a broadcast spreader, spread half the seed lengthwise over your site, then the other half crosswise over your site. A recommended seeding rate is listed on the seed tag.
Moisture: To help promote good seed germination, keep the newly seeded area moist at all times.
Maintenance: Mow to encourage grasses to spread. Do not mow to less than 3 inches in height. Over-seed bare spots to minimize weed growth. Spring or Fall are excellent times for over-seeding.