TURF PRODUCTS

LAWN MIXES

FANCY

Kentucky Bluegrass 18%

Creeping Red Fescue 18%

Perennial Ryegrass 34%

Annual Ryegrass 30%

PREMIUM

Kentucky Bluegrass 25%

Creeping Red Fescue 20%

Perennial Ryegrass 35%

Annual Ryegrass 20%

SUPREME

Perennial Ryegrass 55%

Kentucky Bluegrass 30%

Creeping Red Fescue 15%

LANDSCAPER

Ky 31 Tall Fescue 80%

Perennial Ryegrass 20%

PRETTY-TUFF

Turf-Type Fescue 75%

Annual Ryegrass 25%

EASY-TURF

Turf-Type Fescue 80%

Perennial Ryegrass 20%

5 PLUS 10

5WAY TURF FESCUE 90%

KY BLEGRASS 10%

PLAYGROUND

Ky 31 Tall Fescue 55%

Kentucky Bluegrass 10%

Perennial Ryegrass 25%

Annual Ryegrass 10%

SUPER EZ TURF 4

Falcon IV Turf Fescue 40%

Finelawn Elite Turf Fescue 40%

Doubletime Turf Ryegrass 15%

Guinness bluegrass 5%

SHADY

Creeping Red Fescue 30%

Turf-Type Fescues 70%

TALL FESCUES

5 WAY

5 Way Tall Fescue is a blend of five turf type tall fescues including Falcon IV and Finelawn Elite, two premier varieties. With these two excellent varieties and three other highly rated fescues, 5 Way has become the choice lawn for many. 5 Way not only has excellent disease resistance, but also great heat & drought resistance. It also has a uniform appearance due to its turf type characteristics, meaning it will not be clumpy like KY31 Tall Fescue. 5 Way is also productive when planted in full sun or partial shade. Plant 8-10 pounds per 1000 square feet for a new lawn March – early May or September – October. If over-seeding plant 4-5 pounds per 1000 square feet.

SUPER EASY TURF 4

Super Easy Turf 4 combines four of the best varieties to give you an exceptional looking, yet durable lawn. Capitalizing on the strengths of Falcon IV and Finelawn Elite turf-type tall fescues, makes them the core of this mixture. Super Easy Turf 4 also contains Double Time perennial ryegrass for fast establishment and improved drought tolerance. This along with the tall fescue and an elite Kentucky Bluegrass will quickly provide a lush, beautiful lawn all season long. Plant 8-10 pounds per 1000 square feet March – early May or September – October. When overseeding plant 4-5 pounds per 1000 square feet.

FALCON IV

Falcon IV is an improved heat and disease resistant variety with excellent turf-type qualities. As one of the top ranked varieties, Falcon IV has fine leaves and great drought resistance making it an excellent choice for your lawn. Falcon IV is also classified as a rhizomatous tall fescue (RTF). This means that it is capable of spreading by rhizomes making your lawn more durable to heavy traffic. Plant 8 to 10 pounds per 1000 square feet for a new lawn or 4 to 5 pounds per 1000 square feet when overseeding. Plant March through early May or September through October.

FINELAWN ELITE

Finelawn Elite is an improved, heat and disease resistant, semi-dwarf tall fescue variety with excellent wear tolerance, fine leaves, and a dark green color. With traits including short dwarf dense growth, improved turf quality, and good disease resistance, Finelawn Elite makes for an excellent lawn. Plant 8 to 10 pounds per 1000 square feet for a new lawn or 4 to 5 pounds per 1000 square feet when over-seeding. Plant March through early May or September through October.

TUFF-TURF

This is Missouri Southern Seed’s own turf-type tall fescue. This fescue is reasonably priced, durable, and very attractive. Because Missouri Southern owns this brand, there are less royalties and better savings for the customer without sacrificing any quality. This turf-type fescue has excellent drought resistance and fine textured leaves making any lawn or durable playing field a suitable and beautiful sight. Plant 8 to 10 pounds per 1000 square feet March through early May or September through April.

KENTUCKY 31

this older variety of tall fescue still to this day makes for an economic, durable lawn. Although not as eye appealing as a turf type variety, KY31 is very drought tolerant and very well suited for many options. Plant 8-10 pounds per 1000 square feet when seeding a new lawn March through late May or September through October. When overseeding, plant 4-5 pounds per 1000 square feet.

RYE GRASSES

DOUBLE TIME TETRAPLOID RYEGRASS

Double Time is a new and improved variety of ryegrass that leaves all other ryegrasses behind. Establishing quickly, Double Time produces more turf in a two week time period than any of its competition. Double Time also has a dark green color. Being a tetraploid, Double Time has twice as many cell contents. This means when temperatures and moisture conditions aren’t ideal Double Time will have an amazing eye appeal. Additionally, Double Time stays green longer than any other ryegrass. Plant 5-6 pounds per 1000 square feet March – April or September – October.

GULF ANNUAL RYEGRASS

This variety is quick establishing helping to get your lawn started. Typically best suited as a companion to tall fescues, creeping red fescues, Kentucky bluegrasses, or perennial ryegrasses. Due to its short lifespan, Annual ryegrass shouldn’t be planted alone unless using for soil erosion. Plant 5-7 lbs per thousand March through May or September through October.

OTHER LAWN OPTIONS

ROCKSTAR KENTUCKY BLUEGRASS

Rockstar Kentucky Bluegrass is an improved variety of bluegrass that has excellent early spring green-up, fine leaves, and has the fastest establishing speed of KY Bluegrass varieties. Plant 3-5 pounds per 1000 square feet March through early May or September through October.

CREEPING RED FESCUE

Creeping red fescue is a fine bladed turf grass that is primarily used in the northern transition zone and northern United States. Although it is classified as a fescue, creeping red fescue does not have a deep root system when compared to KY31 Tall Fescue or turf type varieties. Because of this trait, it is mostly used in shaded areas or in mixes. Plant 3-5 pounds per 1000 square feet March through May or September through October.

ZENITH ZOYSIA GRASS

Zenith Zoysia is a warm season sod-forming turf grass that makes for a beautiful lawn. With dark green leaves, Zenith Zoysia creates a dense, slow growing, low maintenance turf grass that can tolerate traffic better than most warm season grasses.

Although most commonly used along the southern coast of the United States, Zenith Zoysia tolerates extreme heat and cold. It is well adapted for climates in the upper transition zone, meaning as far north as Southern Iowa. It is most commonly used for residential/commercial lawns, sports fields, and golf courses. Zenith Zoysia grows best when planted on well-drained soil and when the pH level of your lawn is between 6.0 to 7.0. Plant late May through July at a rate of 1-2 pounds per 1000 square feet when soil temperatures reach a consistent 65 degrees F.

RIVIERA BERMUDAGRASS

Riviera is an improved, cold tolerant turf-type bermudagrass. With excellent adaptation to the transition zone, Riviera makes for a perfect lawn, golf course, or athletic field.The transition zone provides various different weather patterns ranging from intense heat to frigid temperatures. Due to Riviera being raised in Oklahoma, it is more adaptable to our region than Arizona common bermudagrass.  Riviera should be planted in full sun at a rate of 2-3 pounds per 1000 square feet late May through July. Wait to plant until soil temperatures reach a consistent 65 degrees F. Cover with 1/4 inch of soil and light frequent water is suggested.

JUBILEE BERMUDAGRASS

Jubilee Bermudagrass is a blend of Riviera bermuda and Transcontinental bermuda. With both of these products having improved cold tolerance, Jubilee is highly adaptable to the transition zone. Jubilee restores itself after periods of neglect and environmental abuse due to the heat, drought, and traffic. When properly managed, Jubilee creates a healthy, beautiful lawn. Plant 2-3 pounds per 1000 square feet late May through July. Plant after soil temperatures have reached a consistent 65 degrees F.

SPECIALTY GRASSES

BENTGRASS

Bentgrass is a cool season grass most often used on golf course putting greens and fairways. Spreading by stolons, bentgrass creates a very dense and uniform surface. Although bentgrass is adaptable to many climates, it is very susceptible to disease making it a high maintenance product. Plant 2 pounds per 1000 square feet March through May or September through early October.

WHITE DUTCH CLOVER

White dutch clover is a perennial white clover primarily used for lawn renovation, erosion control, or ground cover. Due to its rapid growth, white dutch is a dependable addition to your lawn when repairing weak spots. This low growing clover is seldom used in a pasture/hay environment due to its lack in tonnage capability. Plant 3 – 5 pounds per thousand square feet February through April or late August through September.

BUFFALOGRASS

Buffalograss is a warm season, sod forming, perennial grass that is primarily used for lawn use in the western transition zone. When established, buffalograss tends to be relatively low maintenance reaching heights from 3-12 inches. Known for its drought tolerance, buffalograss prefers soils that are well drained and climates that do not receive excessive amounts of rainfall. Typically western Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, and Dakotas are where it performs best. Plant 1-3 pounds per thousand square feet May through July when soil temperatures reach 60-65 degrees F on a consistent basis.

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