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5 lb. Zenith Zoysia Grass Seed and Mulch

$43.98 /each
  • Pre-mixed, weed-resistant Zoysia grass seed and BIO-170 mulch
  • Lawn care for new growth, bare spots and thin areas in lawn
  • Covers up to 1,000 sq. ft. with 7-21 day seed germination

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Grow a self-spreading, weed- resistant, sun and cold tolerant lawn that stays green longer into the fall season. Pennington Zoysia grass seed and BIO-170 natural mulch are pre-mixed to ensure accurate seed application. Spreads to fill in bare spots and thin areas in your lawn.

  • Combination zoysia grass seed and bio 170 organic mulch granules pre-mixed in one bag
  • Bio-170 mulch granules are 100% biodegradable and retain moisture to help promote seed germination
  • For new lawn growth and spot repair for existing zoysia grass lawns
  • Spreads by above ground stolons
  • Excellent traffic tolerance
  • Drought tolerant
  • Best for full sun (8+ hours of sun per day)
  • Germinates in 7-21 days
  • Covers up to 1,000 sq. ft.

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can you seed your lawn with zoysia grass seed and it take?and the best time to plant it?

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July 16, 2011
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March 6, 2016
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You can but I would recommend buying Sod. Whatever you do I would not recommend Pennington Seed. My experience is it does not grow and is very expensive.
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Please note: Zoysia seed is very fragile and can be difficult to establish. Seeding and seedling care must be done during the warmest times of the year when soil moisture levels are hard to control. Extreme vigilance must be used to keep the seed and seedlings from drying out. During establishment, numerous waterings (approximately 339 gallons of water or irrigation per acre or 1/8 inch of rainfall each Read More
Please note: Zoysia seed is very fragile and can be difficult to establish. Seeding and seedling care must be done during the warmest times of the year when soil moisture levels are hard to control. Extreme vigilance must be used to keep the seed and seedlings from drying out. During establishment, numerous waterings (approximately 339 gallons of water or irrigation per acre or 1/8 inch of rainfall each day) may be required to prevent the slow growing roots from drying out and dying.
Zoysia seed should be planted in late spring / early summer after soil temperatures are 70+ degrees (day time 80+ consistent) AND all danger of freeze / frost is past.
Zoysia is a warm season grass that grows best when temperatures are between 80 and 100. Zoysia seeds should NOT be planted in the fall when cool season grasses are normally planted.
Because Zoysia is slow to grow, you must allow as much time as possible for the seedlings to establish and mature before cool temperatures cause the growth rate to go dormant in the fall. Failure to reach a certain maturity could result in not enough food reserves being stored to last through a hard winter when Zoysia is fully dormant (and brown). -- A rule of thumb is to plant NO later than 90 days before first expected frost in the fall. You should also plant at least 90 days before temperatures begin to fall below day time highs of 70 degrees for best results. Read Less
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April 29, 2013
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Yes you can. My zoysia is taking over the centipede grass slowly. If you plant it, makes sure that you water it frequently. Good luck
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earley spring or early fall yes but it will work better if you start for scratch
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Yes and the best time is early spring.
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July 18, 2011
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Hello,
In order to get Zoysia to take it is best to seed during the early Spring or early Fall when temperatures are above 70 degrees. The heat of summer can dry out the soil, even if you water, and prevent the seed from taking.
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best way to change a sod lawn into a el toro zoysia grass lawn

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July 13, 2012
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Phoenix, MD 21131, USA
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May 22, 2013
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The best way is by Zoyzia plugs. Zoyzia will spread from the plug over a long period of time to consume the lawn. The more plugs and the more sun the faster it will spread.
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take out old lawn and seed new with zoysia it will take about 6 weeks to grow in full
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July 18, 2012
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The best way to change a sod lawn to a Zoysiagrass lawn would be to have a service come out and remove the old sod. They should also remove a layer of dirt beneath the sod to remove all of the old grass roots to prevent them from growning back. Prior to laying the new seed add a fresh layer of topsoil. Then water frequently to keep the ground moist to give the new seeds the best chance to
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Hello,
The best way to change a sod lawn to a Zoysiagrass lawn would be to have a service come out and remove the old sod. They should also remove a layer of dirt beneath the sod to remove all of the old grass roots to prevent them from growning back. Prior to laying the new seed add a fresh layer of topsoil. Then water frequently to keep the ground moist to give the new seeds the best chance to germinate.
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Three years ago, I had installed what I believed to be Empire Zoysia sod in my lawn…

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Today, the lawn looks healthy with the exception of some weak and bare spots. Do you recommend seeding what I believe to be my existing Empire Zoysia lawn with Zentih Zoysia seed or another type of zoysia seed?
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April 3, 2015
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We recommend reseeding with the same type of turfgrass. Variations in species may not be known but if you believe you have a type of zoysiagrass then we would suggest you seed with new zoysiagrass.
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Rated 2.2 out of 5 by 48 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by rake it in and keep it wet I had 1600 square feet of new soil on a slope and wanted to get it stabilized before the fall rains. I planted two bags in mid-july which is hot as the dickens here in Texas. I watered every day and never let the soil dry out. Germination began at 12 days and now a month later it is starting to spread. I continue to keep the surface damp and I feel like this is why it worked for me. I am buying more today to overseed an existing lawn that I damaged with broadleaf weed poison. Rake it in and keep it wet folks. August 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't waste your money This product does not work. I don't have a single blade of new grass. July 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 100% No Growth Never got any germination. Purchased to overseed bare spots in Zoysia lawn. Not one area produced any germination. This is a big waste of money. Spend the money and use plugs or sod. June 27, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by still waiting I just planted this product a month ago so I can't see any growth. This does not surprise me as I planted Zoysia grass plugs several years ago and it was three growing seasons before they spread out and took over that part of my yard. Love the Zoysia grass because it is so east to maintain. It just takes a lot of patience to grow it. May 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by No good No luck with it ................................... June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very satisfied I am very pleased and surprised how thick and dense it grew in. I started by killing the grass in my yard after a week I put down some cheap soil, seeds and starter fertilizer and then added about a 1\4 inch of Kellog's topper. After a little over a week I started seeing sprouts, all I had to do was water. Once the grass starting getting taller and thicker I added more seed to any bare or thin spots. Now the grass is like walking on soft carpet. I attached a picture just to show how thick it grew in. Project was done in Fort Worth, TX August 6, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do Not Buy! not a single seed have germinated following product instructions on new top soil.. June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Delightfully Surprised I'm growing my Zoysia in small dirt gutters between large pavers and I didn't really have a lot of confidence that they would sprout in the dry clay soil. I planted them under 1/4inch garden soil and after 2.5 weeks, they've popped up. I'm prepared to be patient, as everything I've read about Korean grass says it takes a long time. May 19, 2016
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