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TifBlair Centipede Grass Seed is able to grow in rich or poor soil. This grass seed provides a luxurious lawn from newly grown lawns or to convert old lawns. Thrives in sun and shade and requires fifty percent less mowing than other varieties of grass seed. Is low cost and has low maintenance. TifBlair Centipede germinates faster, is tolerant to the cold, and produces longer runners than other varieties.
|For use in:||Residential Lawns in warm zone areas|
|Application:||For best results plant in March or April, but quicker germination will occur May through July
* It is not recommended for planting between August and November due to the closeness of winter
* See label for complete application instructions
|Coverage Area:||1 lb. per 2,000 - 4,000 sq. ft.|
|Shipping Weight:||0.99 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Patten Seed Company (Mfg. Number: 711861)|
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TifBlair Centipede grass seeds
By John in Hephzibah ga on 04/01/2015
These are grate planted some last year and they came up and covered the area very well
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By Miles in CALEDONIA, MS on 06/07/2016
Good customer service and product
Best price at time of purchase
By Rc in Pensacola on 09/20/2016
I looked around and found the best price for TifBlair Centipede grass seed here at DoMyOwnPestControl. I had previously RoundUp and tilled my front yard and raked away all the dead weed debris. I used the whole 5lbs bag of seed in my front yard with a spreader and covered the lawn with about an 1/8"-1/4" of peatmoss and set my sprinklers to water for 15 minutes, 4 times a day. That along with a few good rainy days have germinated a tremendous amount of grass seed in a little over a weeks time. Only problem I had was discovering the day after seeding my lawn was that I had a lot of ants picking up the seed. I ran out of day light while spreading the peatmoss the day before and couldn't see how thin I was applying it. I reapplied insecticide on the whole lawn and added more peatmoss. There's definitely some thin spots in a large area where most of the ants were.
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12/28/2013 Sal from Murrells Inlet, Sc
QCan I use the TifBlair Centipede Grass seed to over seed my existing Centipede lawn
AYes, TifBlair Centipede Grass Seed can be used to overseed your existing centipede lawn.
02/23/2015 Thelma from Summerville , Sc
QAt what season in the year do l plant and/or overseed Centipede grass with TifBlair Centipede Grass Seed?
APer the manufacturers instructions for TifBlair Centipede Grass Seed for best results plant in March or April, but quicker germination will occur May through July. It is not recommended for planting between August and November due to the closeness of winter. For more accurate timing you could check with the master gardener at your local cooperative extension office as they are more familiar with your region and best seeding times.
11/13/2014 Rosetta from Carrollton, Ga
QIs it necessary to prepare soil for planting TifBlair Centipede Grass Seed?
AYes, it is recommend that you prepare your soil when planting TifBlair Centipede Grass Seed or any grass seed for that matter to ensure optimal growth.
01/07/2015 Chris from Rockmart,ga 30153
QIs this package of seeds from this years seeds or last seasons seeds?
I am worried that if they were older if they would germinate like normal or if being older would that affect their germination rate.
AWe would recommend speaking to the manufacturer about how and when the seeds are harvested. This information is not readily available to us because we do not keep this product in stock. It comes in as individuals order it. TifBlair Centipede Grass Seed is made by Patten Seed Company. Their phone number is 800-634-1672.
04/02/2014 Alan from Camden, Sc 29020
QWhat % is actual centipede seed? Most 5lb bags contain approx 11%.
AThere is 24.2% per 5lb bag of TifBlair Centipede Grass Seed. You multiple the amount of pounds per acre and divide by the square footage that size bag will cover.