Model # 25079

Internet #203245189

Barenbrug 50 lb. Barvado Tall Fescue Grass Seed
0053909250793

Barenbrug

50 lb. Barvado Tall Fescue Grass Seed

$11084 /each

Product Overview

Barvado tall fescue was developed by breeders and given the breeder code EBP meaning enhanced brown patch. It was bred from plants that survived a brown patch epidemic. Barvado combines this excellent brown patch tolerance with excellent turf quality. This is a dark green variety, highly ranked in NTEP trials. It is a semi dwarf variety and has medium leaf texture. Barvado has high live endophyte content as well; these endophytes give Barvado improved disease and insect resistance. Barvado is highly suited for sod production, golf courses and sports fields. If Barvado is not part of your program, it should be.
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Product Overview

Barvado tall fescue was developed by breeders and given the breeder code EBP meaning enhanced brown patch. It was bred from plants that survived a brown patch epidemic. Barvado combines this excellent brown patch tolerance with excellent turf quality. This is a dark green variety, highly ranked in NTEP trials. It is a semi dwarf variety and has medium leaf texture. Barvado has high live endophyte content as well; these endophytes give Barvado improved disease and insect resistance. Barvado is highly suited for sod production, golf courses and sports fields. If Barvado is not part of your program, it should be.
  • Enhanced brown patch
  • Medium leaf texture
  • Excellent for warmer and drier climates
  • Highly ranked in national turfgrass evaluation program

Product Overview

Model #: 25079
Internet #: 203245189

Barvado tall fescue was developed by breeders and given the breeder code EBP meaning enhanced brown patch. It was bred from plants that survived a brown patch epidemic. Barvado combines this excellent brown patch tolerance with excellent turf quality. This is a dark green variety, highly ranked in NTEP trials. It is a semi dwarf variety and has medium leaf texture. Barvado has high live endophyte content as well; these endophytes give Barvado improved disease and insect resistance. Barvado is highly suited for sod production, golf courses and sports fields. If Barvado is not part of your program, it should be.

  • Enhanced brown patch
  • Medium leaf texture
  • Excellent for warmer and drier climates
  • Highly ranked in national turfgrass evaluation program

Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
7100.000
Product Depth (in.)
13
Product Height (in.)
32
Product Width (in.)
20

Details

Drought Tolerant
Yes
Grass Type
Fescue
Landscape Supply Type
Seeds
Organic
No
Product Weight (lb.)
50lb
Region
Appalachians,California Coast,Mideast Central,Midwest,Northwest Coast,Northwest Mountain,Southeast,Southwest Mountain
Returnable
90-Day
Seed Type
Grass
Traffic/Wear Tolerance Level
High

Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
7100.000
Product Depth (in.)
13
Product Height (in.)
32
Product Width (in.)
20

Details

Drought Tolerant
Yes
Grass Type
Fescue
Landscape Supply Type
Seeds
Organic
No
Product Weight (lb.)
50lb
Region
Appalachians,California Coast,Mideast Central,Midwest,Northwest Coast,Northwest Mountain,Southeast,Southwest Mountain
Returnable
90-Day
Seed Type
Grass
Traffic/Wear Tolerance Level
High

Questions & Answers

Color? Dark or light green?

Asked by: Jfh
Your question is not clear to me what exactly you are asking. The bag color is yellow, the grass was a darker green, the crabgrass was also green, the seed was light.
Answered by: jose
Date published: 2017-09-11

how would this hold up in North texas ?

just want to see if this is recommend for texas.
Asked by: CK
Barvado Tall Fescue will work fine in that area, keep in mind that plating in the summers month will require more watering. I would recommend planting in the fall to reduce the heat stress on a new crop.
Answered by: UGCTeam
Date published: 2017-07-03

How many square feet does 50 lb bag cover?

How many square feet does 50 lb bag cover?
Asked by: Scooter
The coverage for 50 lb bag is 7100 sq. ft.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-08-14

Is this seed 100% seed or coated with something, meaning that it is not 50 lbs of seed?

Many (most?) grass seed these days is coated with a product that is supposed to stimulate growth. However this means that the total weight is not all seed. I want to know if this baravado is all seed, or a coated product.
Asked by: AVMiii
Tag on mine says 99.47% pure seed.
Answered by: Paul
Date published: 2016-12-29
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Customer Reviews

50 lb. Barvado Tall Fescue Grass Seed is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 28.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This review is about the Barenbrug Advantage turf sense. 3 years of WEEDS I purchased this seed w... This review is about the Barenbrug Advantage turf sense. 3 years of WEEDS I purchased this seed with very high hopes. I read previous reviews and I thought I had bought quality seed. It couldn’t have been further form the truth! I purchased this 50lb bag in 2014 and I followed ALL the steps from the manufacturer. The grass came in quickly, but was even quickly overcome by the CRABGRASS! I cannot tell you how frustrating this was to invest months of planning just to be destroyed in a couple weeks. I figured maybe I did something wrong that caused the crabgrass to grow and completely overtake every inch of dirt I laid seed. I tried it in 4 other separate spots in my yard. Sure enough, the grass came and the CRABGRASS came harder! At that point I figured I will call home depot and see about getting this resolved. I was very surprised to finds out that they could not help me because the return period had passed. I understood that its not home depot’s fault, so I moved on to the manufacture. It took at least 2 days of calling and emails to FINALLY get through to the right person. I spoke with Rich Franzell and he asked that I send him pictures. I gladly sent him all the pictures thinking I would get some kind of resolution. He took his time getting back to me. It wasn’t until 4 days and 2 phone calls from me that he finally got back to me. He said he didn’t receive the pictures. So I sent them again, he again said the same line. Rich made me send him the pictures 7 times! I finally got fed up with his incompetence and contacted his administrator Tracy. She was very nice and helpful. First try sending all the pictures, she received them. I really did NOT appreciate the games Rich was playing especially after all that I had already been through with my lawn! Very unprofessional! After 2 months of dealing with this useless person, his final answer was that he cannot say that the crabgrass came from the bag I used to seed my lawn! ARE YOU KIDDING ME? Below was his response as to how I should deal with the crabgrass. He offered NO compensation whatsoever, not even switching the seed out…..NOTHING! I was COMPLETELY ON MY OWN! I still to this day have NOT been able to fix that area i seeded with this terrible seed. I WILL NEVER BUY ANY product from this company. They are unprofessional, do not stand behind their product, and leave all the responsibility on the customer! You have ALL been warned. Rich Franzell <rfranzell@barusa.com> To 08/05/15 at 4:28 PM Steps to recover from Crabgrass. 1. Kill existing crabgrass. This can be done with a liquid selective herbicide, from you pictures I would suggest using a Round Up (or like product) and kill the area. 2. Remove the dead crabgrass plant. 3. Replant bare lawn spots with new seed, suggest a mix or blended product. Make sure that you follow the instructions of the herbicide used for wait time on replanting. 4. Once the lawn in established, apply a crabgrass preventer at the appropriate time (do this annually). 5. Fert and water, keeping a lawn healthy is the most conducive way to get rid of crabgrass. Once the lawn in established avoid daily watering, abundant moisture make a prim germination setting for weeds. Thanks Rich Franzell | Barenbrug USA c: 770.633.7362 | f: 404.549.4142 | rfranzell@barusa.com
Date published: 2017-08-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The germination rate of the seed applied was <10%. The... The germination rate of the seed applied was <10%. The area was prepared with topsoil, seed applied and straw matting to prevent erosion...........all to no avail.
Date published: 2017-07-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from seeds sprout in 5 days follows as directed areated after... seeds sprout in 5 days follows as directed areated after seeding and starter fertilizer. grows pretty fast! will buy again next spring.
Date published: 2017-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I prepared the soil, and sowed the seeds, and... I prepared the soil, and sowed the seeds, and the ground is dry, and no rain. Now I am trying to water.
Date published: 2017-09-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Hasnt come up yet ... Hasnt come up yet
Date published: 2017-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly recommend this grass seed Highly recommend Barvado Tall Fescue Grass Seed. It germinated in just five days. The grass has finely textured leaves and a nice green color. Fertilized the lawn four weeks after germination and the seedlings are filling in the lawn nicely.
Date published: 2012-10-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from not hot growing seed this seed is not tolerant of the north texas heat. In March & April yard was great looking dark green and thick. By mid May yard was drying up, and by June had died.had hose on timer to water every 2 hours to keep cool and moist and it still dried up and died. Would probably do good way up north BUT not in the south
Date published: 2013-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Germinated in Mid November I thought I was too late in the year but I raked out the lawn & seeded it anyway. The overnight temps were in the mid 40s to low 50s so it took a while longer before I could see the new sprouts, about 10 days, but the seeds are germinating now. There aren't as many birds around this time of year so that was a plus for seeding late.
Date published: 2012-11-20
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