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Harmony

Model 25093

Internet #204388976

1.5 lb. Sod Patch and Repair Seed

$9.98 /each

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Harmony Grower Certified. Only the very best seed is chosen to carry the Harmony Turf grass name. This certification guarantees that you are purchasing grass seed that stands up to the rigorous quality requirements of sod growers.

  • Specifically formulated for your geographical area
  • Used by professional sod growers and will match harmony sod color and quality already purchased at the Home Depot
  • Can be used to sow seams after laying sod and repair patches of established Harmony sod
  • Fast germination and establishment

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can seeds be used to plant your lawn? we do not have sod

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we did not want to pay a gardner to put down sod, we wanted to know if the seeds will do the same job?
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Yes, seeding for a new lawn is a practical and economic approach. There are a couple of things to keep in mind when using seed vs sod
1. Seed takes much longer to establish itself compared to sod
2. Seed doesn’t always germinate evenly which means you may have to patch areas over and over again to get the desired result
3. Dependent on how thick your topsoil you may end up bringing in additional soil to
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Yes, seeding for a new lawn is a practical and economic approach. There are a couple of things to keep in mind when using seed vs sod
1. Seed takes much longer to establish itself compared to sod
2. Seed doesn’t always germinate evenly which means you may have to patch areas over and over again to get the desired result
3. Dependent on how thick your topsoil you may end up bringing in additional soil to amend the existing area
New sod if installed properly gives you the instant gratification that most people are looking for. Seeding is an alternative that initially will require more care and keeping but if done correctly will work as well.
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April 14, 2016
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Yes you can use seeds to plant your lawn. However you can not use this product to start your lawn.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Product was very simple to use. Seed matched our sod that we purchased from Home Depot perfectly! December 17, 2013
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