Turf Alive!® III Brand Grass Seed
Grows slower, stays shorter!
Turf Alive III Brand grass
seed mixture needs less mowing because it grows slower
and stays shorter than other tall fescues. It needs much
less watering and weeding than bluegrass lawns! And it's
Our two Turf Alive! Brand
lawn seed mixtures have so many advantages, we don't
know why anyone would want to use any other kind!
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drought! Roots each down 2-4 feet, drawing moisture
from the subsoil long after shallow-rooted bluegrass
has dried up and gone dormant. Stays lush green with
little watering, even in summer heat.
common lawn bugs! Microorganisms called endophytes
live in certain varieties of grass seed, including
Turf Alive! Brand. Scientists believe these endophytes
produce alkaloids that are toxic to grass-eating insects,
such as sod webworms, cutworms, aphis and even chinch
thatch! The deep roots of Turf Alive! Brand grass
resist the development of thatch, which fosters disease
and harbors insects.
out weeds! The deep roots of Turf Alive! Brand
grass support thicker and more vigorous top growth
than bluegrass and crowd out weeds.
out of flower beds! It doesn't spread by root
runners as bluegrass does, so it won't invade gardens
and flower beds.
less nitrogen, saves money! With only 50% to 66%
of the nitrogen needed by bluegrass, Turf Alive! Brand
produces an attractive, lush green lawn. Your fertilizer
goes further, and that saves you money!
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Turf Alive! III Brand grass sprouts and establishes
itself fast. But once established, it grows slowly--so
you may need to mow it only half as often as our original
Turf Alive! Compared to our original mix, Turf Alive!
III stays nice and green much longer in summer than
The seed carries
beneficial endophytes, which are toxic to chinch bugs,
cutworms and other lawn pests. Turf Alive! III also
has superior resistance to leaf spot and brown patch.
It's also highly tolerant of frost, winter freezes,
heat and drought. Grows very well in sun to medium shade
in temperate areas of the U.S. Seed new lawns and bare
spot at 6lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft.