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Pennington 1 Step Complete Tall Fescue is specially formulated to help grow a beautiful, healthier, and thicker grass. This is a combination of mulch, smart seed and fertilizer that's specially designed for tall fescue areas. It's ideal to use for new lawns and it helps repair damaged patches. This product will help you maintain your lawn easier.
|For use in:||Lawns, Gardens and Tall Fescue areas|
|Application:||* See label for complete application instructions|
|Coverage Area:||New lawns - 1 lb. covers 20 sq. ft.
Overseeding - no more than 1/8" coverage
|Shipping Weight:||3.60 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Pennington (Mfg. Number: 00273)|
- Loosen top layer of soil
- Remove any dead grass, weeds or debris
- Rake smooth
- Spread seeding mix approximately thick everywhere grass is desired
- Water thoroughly
- Keep moist
- Mulch turns dark green when properly watered; light green means add more water
- Keep mulch and soil moist until seedlings emerge and grass is approximately 2" tall
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Pennington 1 step complete Tall Fescue
By Dwayne in Texas on 11/17/2014
Received the order very promptly!!! This is the best grass seed to plant in vacant spots....The mixture is perfect to hold moisture and keep seeds in place until the can germinate. The coverage was very thick and solid cover.. VERY VERY PLEASED !!!
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10/07/2014 Kathy from Biloxi, Ms
Is this grass good in the Gulf Coast area - Zone 9. It doesn't get very cold here, but we do have an occasional freeze in Jan/Feb/early March. I have grown Dichondra, but can't find a 'weed killer' that doesn't kill the Dichondra! I heard that the chemical "Monuran" works, but can't find a herbicide with it! So....am considering another type of grass. Would like a slow growing grass, if you can recommend one!
AWe recommend contacting your Master Gardner in your county for the best product recommendations for the turf you are wanting to establish. Your local Master Gardner is run through you the University system and is based in your county. They are most familiar with the temperatures, soil conditions and types of turf that will grow best for your area. They are a great resource for homeowners to establish a lawn treatment program.