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35 lb. One Step Complete for Bermudagrass Areas with Mulch, Grass Seed, Fertilizer Mix
  • Pennington
  • Model 100522291
  • Internet #206183870
  • Store SO SKU #1001468974

35 lb. One Step Complete for Bermudagrass Areas with Mulch, Grass Seed, Fertilizer Mix

$4998 /each
Discontinued Model:

Model # 100509301

Internet #202564382

Pennington 25 lb. One Step Complete for Bermudagrass Areas with Mulch, Grass Seed, Fertilizer Mix

Discontinued Pennington

25 lb. One Step Complete for Bermudagrass Areas with Mulch, Grass Seed, Fertilizer Mix

  • Grow a thick lawn that thrives in both shady and sunny areas
  • Pre-mixed grass seed, professional-grade fertilizer and mulch
  • Covers up to 375 sq. ft. with 7-21 day seed germination

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Product Overview

Pennington 1 Step seeding mix makes it easy to grow a beautiful, thick healthy lawn. Everything you need is pre-mixed in one bag - premium Pennington grass seed, professional-grade fertilizer, and mulch. Simply apply, water, and watch it grow. Perfect for patching or repairing problem spots in your lawn. This super-absorbent seeding mix holds and maintains moisture around the seed while providing the essential nutrients to help grass grow healthy and strong.

  • Contains a combination of grass seed, mulch, and fertilizer
  • Ideal for new lawn growth and spot repair
  • Produces an aggressively self-spreading southern lawn
  • Contains stabilized-release fertilizer that feeds your lawn for up to 8 weeks
  • Grows grass 80% thicker with half the water of ordinary grass seed at 32 days
  • Superior drought, heat, and disease resistance
  • Penkoted technology protects the seed from deadly fungus during the early growth period when grass is most susceptible to disease
  • Best for full sun (8+ hours per day)
  • Germinates in 7-21 days
  • Covers up to 500 sq. ft.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Our yard has a big bare spot with a lot of sand on top of the dirt. Can I still put the grass seed on top of this to start new grass and water?

Asked by: Loretta
Hello, The Pennington 1 Step Complete contains all of the mulch, fertilizer, and seed you will need. We do recommend tilling the ground prior to putting down the seed. Ideally you would want to move as much of the sand away to give the seeds the best chance for germination. Thank
Answered by: CentralAnswers
Date published: 2015-09-20

How long do i need to wait until I see grass growing?

It has been a week and I see no change. What can I do next?
Asked by: Anonymous
Within 14 days.
Answered by: Happy
Date published: 2015-09-17

is the fertilizer in with this seed safe for livestock grazing?

The seed will have a year to grow before I allow horses to graze. My concern is the fertilizer being poisonous to horses. And would it still be a concern after a year. thank you for your assistance
Asked by: Anonymous
To be safe and protect your animals, it is ALWAYS recommended to keep animals off of any products containing fertilizer for at least 48 hours. Relative to your timeframe of when you will allow the horses to graze, I would suggest that a year is more than enough time to pass to where the fertilizer that's in the seed, would not affect your horses. It might be important to consult a Veterinarian to be safe. Keep in mind that the fertilizer in the seed is intended to give the seed a "boost" to sprout. Fertilizer would be required (if desired) again the next spring after planting the grass therefore indicating that the fertilizer that was in the seed has already broken down into its nutrients and hence dissipated. To avoid hurting your horses, I would consult a Veterinarian before deciding to fertilize each year once grass has been established to get recommendations from him or her as to the safest type of fertilizer to use. One other thing to consider would be any anti-weed products in the seed or product. The weed killer could be as harmful as the fertilizer if you are not careful. A Veterinarian can provide safety guidelines for weed killing products as well (although, I'm sure the horses can eat the weeds for you) but in relevance to products contained with the seed, I would read the label to address that potential issue as well.
Answered by: kittiepaws
Date published: 2015-09-17

Do you have to till the soil or just scatter the seeds on top of existing grass/weeds?

Asked by: Anonymous
Tilling the soil is not always necessary. It depends on whether you are putting in a whole entire yard or just overseeding problem spots. If creating a whole new yard, it would work best if you first allow your weeds to get big enough for weed spray to kill them. Once the weeds are dead, then till the entire yard before spreading your seed. If you are spot seeding (covering bare areas but not putting in the entire yard) then you can spread the seed over the bare areas. With either option, cover the seed with weed-free grass clippings or straw hay and keep watered until you see the grass popping through. Straw hay and/or clippings will eventually break down back into the soil and add nutrients to your yard. Keeping control of your weeds is also another tip to helping your seed come in (whether spot seeding or planting entire yard). If you have weeds sucking up the water and nutrients there is none left for the new baby grass.
Answered by: kittiepaws
Date published: 2015-09-17
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Customer Reviews

25 lb. One Step Complete for Bermudagrass Areas with Mulch, Grass Seed, Fertilizer Mix is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 21.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Helpful Tips from a Lawn Service My husband and I have run a lawn care business for 14 years. Anyone who wishes to ignore negative reviews and try this product anyway, should consider a few tips: 1. after spreading your seed, keep ground wet/damp (but not too wet or you will cause the seed to spoil and it won't sprout) at all times until you see sprigs of grass poking through the ground. 2. Cover your seed with weed-free grass clippings or hay straw for two purposes. a). it creates a green house effect between the clippings and the ground for the seed, to help promote it to sprout, and b). it camoflauges the seed so birds and other predators don't eat up most of your seed. Once grass pokes through you can back off on the watering. Following watering recommendations on the package can be good, but if the ground ever gets dry between waterings, your seed will not sprout. Tip 3. ABSOLUTELY DO NOT mow your new grass until it has gained a height of about 2 1/2 to 3 inches to avoid shocking the new grass. Tip 4. Relative to the region you live in, do not expect Bermuda, which is a warm-season grass and thrives in sun, to grow in shaded areas. While it will grow in shade, it is not intended to thrive in shade. Bermuda like the sun/heat. Bermuda grows on the topsoil with vine-like "feelers". The amazing thing about Bermuda is that you can have a bare spot of soil next to your Bermuda grass and continually wet the bare soil and that Bermuda will send out it's vine-like feelers and actually fill that bare dirt spot with Bermuda grass. Secondly, Do not expect any type of Bluegrass (which is a fescue) or any other type of fescue to grow in high sun areas of your yard. Fescue is a cool-season grass & thrives in shaded areas and cooler temperatures, such as under trees, bushes and back yards where there's lots of shaded areas. Again, while fescue will grow in high sun areas, it is not intended to thrive in them. Fescue is the type of grass that will stay green year round and depending on where you live, will go dormant in winter (remaining green) but not requiring to be mowed unless it receives lots of water. Maybe this information will help those who find themselves frustrated in planting a yard from seed. Of course, this information can apply to any brand of seed you try.
Date published: 2013-07-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worthless Product and Customer Service Do not and I repeat DO NOT purchase this product. I followed the directions and there was some grass growing, about 30% of the area. According to their web site you just need to reseed the bare spots again. Talk about a waste of money and work. Why are there bare spots when I actually used a 3/4 measuring cup and applied that about to 1 square foot, per their directions and still lots of bare spots. You try calling for assistance and you have to leave a voice mail which I never did receive a call back. DO NOT PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT
Date published: 2016-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Complete Package! This is an awesome product. I followed the directions, watered enough to get it established and the seed took off. By far, this is the best bermuda/mulch/fertilizer product on the market.
Date published: 2013-01-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not all it's cracked up to be............... I bought Pennington's One Step Burmuda grass seed a few weeks ago . It cost me over $25 dollars for a 25 pound bag. Though there was cheaper grass seed available on the shelf, I figured the Pennington seed would work the quickest and provide me with the best results. Big Mistake... I've used the seed a number of times in bare areas on my lawn . Followed each and every direction printed on the packaging and it simply does not work. If and when you need to reseed your lawn this spring, don't waste your money - go with another brand.
Date published: 2012-03-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked for me I'm glad I didn't read the reviews before purchasing. I put it down, watered actually more than the instructions and in about 10 days I got baby bermuda grass everywhere. I also put down a small bag of the Scott's equivalent at the same time. Both products gave the same results. I put the product down by hand and I didn't get quite the coverage the bag said but, these are the first seed products I've used that worked. I'm going to continue to use it to finish out several large spots in my yard.
Date published: 2014-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works when others havent I normally don't write reviews but had to share my experience with this product. The grass in my backyard was destroyed when heavy equipment was brought back there to do a sewer rehab. Plywood was used under the equipment to prevent most damage to my yard but this greatly compacted the soil so the grass eventually died leaving hard packed dirt. So I might have gone a little overboard on this but I tilled up about 6 inches of the dirt and laid down this product on top. 2 weeks later I had 1 centimeter long grass! It's been about 3 weeks now and it's about an inch in some places! I kept the soil moist at all times. Some of the seed got mixed in the dirt a little deeper (maybe 2 inches) and is taking a little longer than the seed that was on top so the grass isn't evened out yet but that's my fault. So I suggest you use this product on top of the soil and not "sew" it like I did. I'm overall happy with the product, it's growing in some pretty sad soil so the coating on the seed must help. Just buy it,water it, maybe break up the soil a little if it's rock hard and it will grow.
Date published: 2016-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Did very well My wife and I just had a house built in Georgia, where there is nothing but clay. We went to the Home Depot around the corner from where we live and the person there recommended that we use this BUT FIRST put down a ton of top soil and sand. We did what the person said, then bought three bags of this stuff to fill our yard. We did all this in the beginning of March, and one month later (mainly because of the weather being still cold some days/nights) there are tons of stems and grass sprouting up. I think the fact that we put down tons of top soil and sand made this work well, but ultimately I was very satisfied with this product.
Date published: 2015-04-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst product I've bought! I bought four bags of this product to fill in bare spots and larger areas of my lawn that were severly affected by last year's drought. I followed the directions exactly as stated on the bag, including watering. It's now been SIX WEEKS, and there has been NO growth of any kind. Don't even look at this prduct, let alone waste your money buying it.
Date published: 2012-04-09
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