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Pennington 25 lb. Fairway Supreme Perennial Ryegrass Blend
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Pennington

25 lb. Fairway Supreme Perennial Ryegrass Blend

  • Ideal for sunny to lightly shaded areas
  • 99.9% weed-free, great for golf courses and athletics fields
  • Covers up to 2,500 sq. ft. with 7-21 day seed germination
$54.98 /each

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Pennington Fairway Supreme 25 lb. Perennial Ryegrass Blend is designed to create a premium dark green turf. Great for home lawns, golf courses and athletic fields, this blend is ideal for sunny, high traffic areas. 25 lbs. will cover up to 2,500 sq. ft.

  • Creates a premium dark green turf
  • Designed for areas with full sun exposure
  • Quick sprouting blend excellent for home lawns, golf courses and athletic fields
  • Covers up to 2,500 sq. ft.

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How can I find what store locations carry this Pennington Fairway Supreme 50 lb. Perennial Ryegrass Blend?

Pennington Fairway Supreme 50 lb. Perennial Ryegrass Blend Model # 184592 Store SKU # 242956
Asked by: Anonymous
Perennial rye is probably sold mostly in the northern part of the country. I use the free ship to home option. I am in the south and perennial rye does not like hot dry weather so I enjoy it from early fall to late spring.
Answered by: Flash
Date published: 2016-04-15

Does hay/straw need to be scattered over seed after spreading of the seed

Asked by: Donnapf
I did not have to do it. However it does require a lot of watering during seeding and look out for the birds. They were all over it.
Answered by: BackYardKing
Date published: 2016-12-15

I have rygrass blend from last year , seed still good for planting this year ?

Asked by: jb71
I always have some seed from the previous year. As long as you keep it in a cool, DRY place, it should be good the next year.
Answered by: Breezy63
Date published: 2016-08-16

Can I use perennail ryegrass in NY with the hot and cold weather if so when is the best time to seed?

Asked by: hombreck
Generally the fall is the best time to seed your yard with rye or Fescue. Ryegrass grows well with bermuda lawns but also works with fescue lawns. Ryegrass normally goes dormant in the summer heat and grows slowly during the winter months. You can seed ryegrass in the spring if you haven't used a pre-emergent herbicide. Also you will need to water your lawn more if you seed ryegrass in the spring instead of the fall.
Answered by: MW
Date published: 2016-08-10
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25 lb. Fairway Supreme Perennial Ryegrass Blend is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 107.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We planted in early September to get a longer exposure to warmth for solid growth. Now in early ... We planted in early September to get a longer exposure to warmth for solid growth. Now in early December, we've got GREEN grass after everyone else's bermuda & zoysia has gone fully dormant. Even neighbors with fescue that has been shocked by our first cold snaps have taken notice. I love it and we have gotten a lot of comments from folks asking what we did this year. Easily exceeded our expectations. The only downside to this variety of grass is that we will be mowing throughout the winter. We'll accept that for the best looking lawn in the neighborhood!
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I typically purchase another brand of perennial rye grass, but it was out of stock so I purchased... I typically purchase another brand of perennial rye grass, but it was out of stock so I purchased the Fairway Supreme. To this point only a very, very small portion of it has germinated. Admittedly I did get it out later than normal, but our fall was very warm and we have had quite a bit of rain. The seed was planted according with the temperature requirements listed on the bag. I am not very impressed to this point and now that cooler weather is moving in I probably won't see any results until spring...it at all. I'm not saying this is a bad product, but I do wish I could get my money back. I really like a nice green lawn throughout the winter but all I have is $100 of seed lying on the ground.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fast Germination Applied in late September Dethatched and Aerated lawn put down seed put down starter fertilizer applied a little compost watered as needed which was about 1-3 times/week Saw sprouts in less than a week looks to be coming in strong spread seed with a drop spreader following the settings shown on the bag Good quality, definitely would recommend this seed for sunny areas of your lawn
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This was my first year attempting to grow a winter lawn. We don't have to do that in Michigan but... This was my first year attempting to grow a winter lawn. We don't have to do that in Michigan but now that I live in Arizona it is a different story. Any way this seed worked great. I had dirt and then there was grass. Nice grass at that my backyard now looks as good as the golf course I live next to. Great product a little pricy but good.
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The grass came up spotty compaired to the grass seed i used last year from lowees. i put the seed... The grass came up spotty compaired to the grass seed i used last year from lowees. i put the seed down usung the exact same spreader as last year, i even went a little thicker , but it came up bad. I will be going to the garden store or lowees for more seed to fill in. Please stop selling such poor merchandice.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good for overseeding I use this to overseed my centipede during the colder months. It is a darker green compared to annual rye which looks better to me, but it still grows pretty fast. It needs to be mowed often or else it'll gum up underneath the mower. It's still worth it to me to not have to look at that brown lawn all winter.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Rye grass seed I'm not satisfied with this product I spread the seed out two hours of prep work and the lawn came up in patches only did not fill in the yard this is the 2nd time I used this product with the same result I better go with a different brand
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Switching to Ryegrass I live in central Virginia where no grass grows well. Fescue is the most common but unless it is watered and pampered all summer, and reseeded each fall it will end the summers yellow and full of weeds . So we have just made the switch to Ryegrass this fall to hopefully look green and healthy until late spring and will then let Bermuda take over in the summer months. I prepared the yard by raking pine needles and dead grass as much as I could stand (which wasn't much at all). Then had the yard aerated. I cut the grass very low which also helped to break up clots from the aeration. I then put down fertilizer over the whole yard. Just before rain was expected, I used a spreader to seed the yard with 40 lbs of Pennington Perennial Ryegrass. This was seeded over lots of weeds and whatever fescue still remained. I saved the last 10 lbs. to fill in bare spots that would inevitably show up. We did have the rain and seeds were up in about 7 days. I may have had to water once or twice a little. Am working on a few bare spots now where seeds were washed out. So far, so good.
Date published: 2016-10-05
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