Internet #204109514

Model # 42050

0737716420500

6 lb. Centipede Seed

  • Instant germination creates a wide-spanning lawn quickly
  • 99.9% weed free seed growth saves time over lawn maintenance
  • Seeds are heat and drought tolerant for all-weather use
$ 216 99
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Product Overview

  • Instant germination creates a wide-spanning lawn quickly
  • 99.9% weed free seed growth saves time over lawn maintenance
  • Seeds are heat and drought tolerant for all-weather use
Mayberry Centipede grass seed is a great choice for southern lawns. Centipede seed performs well in the hot and sometimes dry, Southern climate. Mayberry Centipede Seed is 99% weed free producing a luscious, green lawn without weeds.
  • 99.9% Weed free
  • Low-maintenance
  • Drought tolerant
  • Sun or partial shade
  • Mow less often
  • Requires very little fertilizer
  • Chokes out weeds
  • Covers 24,000 sq. ft.

Product Overview

  • Instant germination creates a wide-spanning lawn quickly
  • 99.9% weed free seed growth saves time over lawn maintenance
  • Seeds are heat and drought tolerant for all-weather use
Model #: 42050
Internet #: 204109514

Mayberry Centipede grass seed is a great choice for southern lawns. Centipede seed performs well in the hot and sometimes dry, Southern climate. Mayberry Centipede Seed is 99% weed free producing a luscious, green lawn without weeds.

  • 99.9% Weed free
  • Low-maintenance
  • Drought tolerant
  • Sun or partial shade
  • Mow less often
  • Requires very little fertilizer
  • Chokes out weeds
  • Covers 24,000 sq. ft.

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Price
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Ratings (16) (14) (14)
Landscape Supply Type Seeds Seeds Seeds
Drought Tolerant Yes Yes Yes
Traffic/Wear Tolerance Level Low Light Bright Light Bright Light
Grass Seed Use New Lawn,Overseeding New Lawn,Overseeding
Region Appalachians,Southeast,Southeast-Central Texas,Southwest Appalachians,California Coast,Mideast Central,Midwest,Northeast Central,Northwest Coast,Northwest Mountain,South Florida,Southeast,Southeast-Central Texas,Southwest,Southwest Mountain South Florida,Southeast,Southeast-Central Texas,Southwest
Grass Type Centipede Blue Grass Bermuda
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Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
24000
Product Depth (in.)
5.5
Product Height (in.)
10
Product Size
6 LB-Pound
Product Width (in.)
4.5

Details

Drought Tolerant
Yes
Grass Type
Centipede
Landscape Supply Type
Seeds
Organic
No
Product Weight (lb.)
6lb
Region
Appalachians,Southeast,Southeast-Central Texas,Southwest
Returnable
180-Day
Seed Type
Grass
Traffic/Wear Tolerance Level
Low Light

Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
24000
Product Depth (in.)
5.5
Product Height (in.)
10
Product Size
6 LB-Pound
Product Width (in.)
4.5

Details

Drought Tolerant
Yes
Grass Type
Centipede
Landscape Supply Type
Seeds
Organic
No
Product Weight (lb.)
6lb
Region
Appalachians,Southeast,Southeast-Central Texas,Southwest
Returnable
180-Day
Seed Type
Grass
Traffic/Wear Tolerance Level
Low Light

Questions & Answers

Can and unused seeds be saved and stil l good from one spring until the next

Can and unused seeds be saved and stil l good from one spring until the next
Asked by: Steve
Yes, but as time goes on the germination rate decreases. My guess is that after ` year you would still get good results, just plant a little more seed per square foot.
Answered by: Jim
Date published: 2018-06-23

Is this just seed or seed and mulch

Asked by: Booger
Just seed.
Answered by: Jim
Date published: 2018-08-19

Is this 100% seed?

Asked by: Jj
There is no mulch in this canister it is 99% seed.
Answered by: Anada
Date published: 2019-09-18

centipede grow time

I live in St. Petersburg Fl. when is the best time to put down grass seed. It really doesn't get very cold here so I was wondering if we can do it now or do we wait. Thanks Zena
Asked by: zaps
I live in Aiken S.C. just above Augusta G.A. I planted some in early June it took then about two weeks to show signs of sprouting (most nights below 70* ) I planted more in late June began to sprout in a week(.nights above 70*)
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2018-04-17
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