Pennington Centipede Grass Seed with Mulch

Pennington Centipede Grass Seed with Mulch

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Product Overview

Pennington Centipede Grass Seed with Mulch is a sun-loving grass that requires little maintenance lawn. This seed will provide a slow-growing, spreading lawn with a lush green color and medium texture that can be planted in areas that are sunny or lightly shaded areas. The Bio 170 Mulch granules are biodegradable and help the seeds retain moisture in order to promote germination. This seed is a good choice for high-traffic areas. The five pound bag will cover up to 2,000 square feet. For warm season grasses.

Features and Specs

For use in: Warm Season lawns
Application: Best planting dates: April to July
Planting depth: 1/4''
Recommended mowing height: 1''
Fertilize in early Spring with a Centipede fertilizer, Centipede lawns prefer a pH between 5.0 - 6.0. Water weekly for best appearance when established.
3 different ways: New Seeding Method 1, New Seeding Method 2, and Overseeding Method for application.
* See label for complete application instructions
Coverage Area: Up to 2,000 sq ft
Special Features: 99.9% weed free and coated seed
Shipping Weight: 5.08 lbs
Manufacturer: Pennington (Mfg. Number: 23655)
UPC: 021496236551

Details

  • Contains Centipede Seed plus BIO-170 natural mulch for improved spreadability and a more accurate application
  • BIO-170 natural mulch granules are 100% biodegradable and retain moisture to help promote seed germination
  • Spreading, sun-loving, turf-producing grass with a medium texture and beautiful green color
  • 99.9% weed-free
  • Penkoted for seedling protection

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I have St Augustine that have never been fertilized, should I change to Centipede?

This is an old lawn with dark spots where St Augustine used to be if I start spreading with Centipede will this hurt.

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You would not have to change to Centipede just because your St Augustine lawn was not well taken care of. St Augustine and Centipede are actually often seeded together so using the seed on your yard will not hurt anything.

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Can I grow Centipede grass in Winston-Salem, NC?
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It does look Centipede grass can be grown in the warmer areas of the Piedmont region of North Carolina and along the coastal plains.

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