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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by gerard143 Outstanding Grass Seed! Fast growth and super dense and nice to walk barefoot in
I did a ton of research before order my grass seed. Kentucky bluegrass is very dominant in my area. However I believe the ryegrass is actually a better overall grass. It holds up to abuse, grows super fast and has a very nice blade.
Barenbrug Pinnacle II ranks awesome in the national grass competitions. The grass has an incredible amount of actual seed and basically zero weed seed. No fillers just pure seed.
The grass took about a 10 days to establish and I honestly cannot believe it grew as the conditions for growth were horrible. I tried doing 1.3 acres all at once with no water available. I was trying to water it from a neighbors house which had awful pressure. I just couldn't keep it wet. So the seed dried out which I thought would kill it all but this stuff is tough. I let nature take its toll and we had some serious rain on day. It washed some of my seed into low spots so I have to reseed some areas but that isn't the seeds fault. The seed grew like crazy despite the conditions. Impressive.
The grass itself is outstanding. Such a nice grass but I recommend you aren't stingy with the seed. I found the dense areas are the areas will the grass really stands out. I am going to spread some more seed to get the entire lawn super dense. It is such a fine blade grass which I feel requires a bit more seed but the results are so worth it. Incredible turf life grass. Feels awesome under your feet.
Can't recommend this stuff enough. My lawn blows the neighbors away. This stuff is the bomb! Buy it now!
September 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Andrew WOW!
I've used quite a few different types of seed over the years- mostly blends. The last one I bought was a blend of perennial ryegrass, Italian ryegrass (annual), tall fescue, and Kentucky blue. It was okay, at best. After doing a bunch of research, I came to the conclusion that perennial rye was going to the best fit for our backyard. Pinnacle II Perennial Rye was the first stuff I came across. After I seeded the whole backyard, I still had quite a bit left over for overseeding later on. 4 days later, the seed had already begun to germinate. A week and a half later, I mowed it for the first time. I am amazed at how quickly and uniformly this seed came in. Super thick, and super green! I'm going to buy another bag so I can completely reseed the front yard too! If you want a quick, thick lawn, I would definitely recommend this product.
I also used this with Vigoro Starter Fertilizer, and covered everything up with peat moss.
September 8, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by va804 Looks great
I purchased this last fall and planted in October 2012. Aerated and seeded. Did not water and did not post a review as I wanted to see down the road what this could do. I had a lawn full of green grass most of the winter. Now April 2013 and I have a lawn full of nice green grass. Now will it come back next year? I am betting it does. Would and will purchase again. Richmond Va
April 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Diesel Value purchase till this piont
I live in the Triad North Carolina. The soil is red clay, very acidic. I've tried every grass seed available. To date this has worked the best. I did NO prep work on my lawn. Seeded the lawn and waited for rain. I did not water the seed either. It took 10-14 days to cultivate. It came in real thick in 80% of the yard. I am pleased with that result considering I did no prep work or watering. My goal is to find a grass seed that requires minimal effort on my part. The only concern I have is if it will withstand the summer temp. My yard only gets the AM sun and is 70% shaded by trees. I also seeded with Pinnacle II Bluegrass seed (50/50 mix) to help in case the Ryegrass does die off and also gives my lawn a more full look.
October 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Renee Excellent Product
Excellent product. We had to have a new septic tank and leach lines put in which means half of our back yard was dug up. We researched on line and decided this grass seed was the way to go. It started to sprout in about 4 days! This was about a month ago and now a month later we have a gorgeous lush lawn with no weeds. I picked out a few dandelions but that was all. We put down starter fertilizer first, then the seed (two layers), then raked it in, then put a layer of peat moss over it. When the ground puddled after rain, I would add more seed and peat. We watered every day. You have to keep the seed, new grass from drying out. I've already mowed twice.
June 3, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Flyboy Better than most! Not foolproof.
Seed germinated in 7 days in nearly perfect conditions. Hoped for quicker "hook" and stem, but most seed sprouted.
October 22, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Keeb Excellent product!!!
I've never started a lawn from seed, so I did my homework... found this stuff on the HD website, it's not available in my store... I checked out this company and found them very reputable, renowned for quality, and they're "local" from just outside my old hometown... they specialize in field turfs and tough, durable grass in pastures and what not... I wanted something that could take some abuse but still be soft and beautiful at the same time... after a hard afternoon's prep work I threw out the seed as instructed and put a thin cover of peat moss over it, then kept it good and moist for a week... I had a full lawn of baby sprouts after one week, it's now been four weeks and it's lush and thick and a beautiful dark green and ready for it's first mowing... I still have a ton of seed with the backyard still to go, but even then I'll have enough left over for any potential patches next Spring... highly recommended!!!
May 22, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by joetide Great for sports fields
We have used this seed for three years on a baseball field after using locally supplied seed previously. This seed has a high germination rate, sprouts quickly, has no clover, and has an extremely low amount of weed seeds.
We overseed the outfield with it and fertilize it, but do nothing else. If it gets water it's because it rains. We figure we get 20 - 30% germination every year which is acceptable to us considering the lack of care after seeding.
In the infield areas we fertilize, mulch bare areas, and irrigate daily. We end up with a very lush, lawn-like, infield in the fall. It's all ready for the little monsters to run around on it with their spikes every spring.
November 19, 2013