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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
$5498 /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.
  • Ideal for high traffic and sunny areas

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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: 2017-06-11

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 129.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bowled over by this seed! I live on long Island. During the month of April I had applied a pre-emergent and lawn feed. I started with a lawn of many big and small bare spots after a cesspool dig up, but clear of all weeds. A week ago on 5/19/17 we put down a thick layer of top soil throughout lawn. We put down plenty of seed, tilled it in lightly and sprinkled top with more seed. Not even a full week Later, on the following Thursday we saw grass sprouts erupting. Today on Saturday...8 days after seed was dropped the amount of grass coming in is amazing. Weather this week has had been drizzly and rainy so mother nature watered it gently for us. Today is 5/27 and this Morning we have hoards of growth so far!
Date published: 2017-05-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I live on Long Island. During the month of April I had put down a pre-emergent and lawn feed. I s... I live on Long Island. During the month of April I had put down a pre-emergent and lawn feed. I started with a lawn having many bare spots after a cesspool dig up, but clear of all weeds. A week ago on 5/19/17 we put down a thick layer of top soil. We put down plenty of seed and lightly tilled it in. Sprinkled top with more seed. Not even a full week later, yesterday we saw grass sprouts erupting. Just a day later today those grasslings have grown to a full half inch. Amazing. The weather this week has been rainy and moist which has helped immensilly. I have never seen any other grass seed grow quicker!! As time goes on I will see if the seed is consistent with growth. WIll keep the review posted.
Date published: 2017-05-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I've been using this seed to over-seed existing lawns & to plant new lawns in the Inland North We... I've been using this seed to over-seed existing lawns & to plant new lawns in the Inland North West/Spokane area for 3 years now. I put it down pretty heavy, cover it with grass clippings & the seed sprouts as thick as sod. 3 weeks after seeding your already mowing it. This seed is immune to fairy ring & necrotic spot ring and is the reason we started overseeing lawns with it. HOWEVER, we have discovered it does not survive winter well. After some winters it comes back in the spring just fine but we had a long bad winter this last season & some of the properties we had seeded did not come back this spring. This is a tuff, good looking grass in the summer but unfortunately the cool season nature of our region causes some winter die off with perennial rye and requires re-seeding in the spring.
Date published: 2017-05-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I overseeded my lawn with this product (without aerating my lawn) on May 1 in the Chicagoland are... I overseeded my lawn with this product (without aerating my lawn) on May 1 in the Chicagoland area before several days of rain, and grass is noticeably sprouting everywhere two weeks later. This is by far the least hassle I've ever had with any grass seed, and I will definitely use this particular seed again. I bought this product because it was rated well and I wanted to quickly get seed down before all the imminent days of rain so that I could fill in bare spots; however, I was unaware that perennial ryegrass is the recommended grass variety for the fall to spring period since it performs well in cooler climes. It will be interesting to see the way it performs during the hot summer months. I plan to reseed again in the fall after aerating, and I plan to use Pennington's Kentucky bluegrass seed and some of this seed.
Date published: 2017-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this grass seed. I might be mowing my... I love this grass seed. I might be mowing my lawn half way through winter, but it continues my green lawn all year round when the Bermuda goes dormant. I use this in the spring and fall, and lay down Bermuda with it in spring. Lush green in color.
Date published: 2017-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pennington grass seed, has always been my favorite, this grass... Pennington grass seed, has always been my favorite, this grass grows good, and it's better then Scott's, as far as I'm concerned, I have used all types of grass that Pennington makes, and it grows better then your high dollar brands. A must buy.
Date published: 2017-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We are seeding a new lawn with a mix of equal parts of Fairway Supreme and Pennington Annual Ryeg... We are seeding a new lawn with a mix of equal parts of Fairway Supreme and Pennington Annual Ryegrass. We see green through the straw in two to three days after the first rain.
Date published: 2017-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It was up in 4 days, and it was a... It was up in 4 days, and it was a lush, thick, mow-able green in 3 weeks! This occurred in unamended very sandy Florida “soil.” I am very happy with this seed.
Date published: 2017-04-07
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