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Titan Ltd. Tall Fescue Grass Seed - Turf Type - Titan Ltd Tall Fescue has something that only a few other tall fescues have, an extensive rhizome system. These horizontal underground stems or “rhizomes” spread out to bare spots and send out new shoots and roots which aid in quicker repair and the ongoing thickening of the turf stand. So even when Titan Ltd. gets knocked around some, the rhizomes constantly act as self-repairing tools, ready and willing to create new plants when needed. Superior disease resistance including brown patch. Excellent heat and drought tolerance. Less disease, less chemicals, less water-Who can resist?
Tall Fescue is commonly used for forage in most of the Northern United States. Including Maine, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, Connecticut, Massachusetts, West Virgina, Virgina, Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South & North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Washington, Oregon. For more information on how Tall Fescue grows in your area contact us.
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Starting A New Lawn Or Repairing Bare Spots
Ideal Planting Time: The best time to plant is late summer, early fall, or spring. If seeding at other times, be prepared to touch up thin or bare spots as needed.
Seedbed Preparation: Till the soil approximately 6 inches deep. Level with garden or landscaping rake. Surface may be firmed by rolling or soaking, then re-raking till level. Leave top ½ inch loose to allow seed to be worked into soil.
Fertilization: Prior to or right after seeding, apply a starter fertilizer to help proper root development. Continue using a systematic fertilizer program to maintain a healthy lawn.
Seeding: Sow seeds evenly at 7-10 lbs/1,000 square feet. Rake lightly into soil. No more than 1/8 inch of soil should cover seed. Roll with a water roller.
Covering: Use blankets, pelletized or paper mulch, or straw to hold soil moisture and hasten germination. Baled straw may bring in unwanted weeds; use with caution.
Watering: Do not allow soil to dry out. Keep soil moist with frequent light watering until seedlings are visible. After lawn is established, water as necessary.
Mowing: Maintain mower height between 2 to 3 inches, never remove more than 1/3 of the grass plant with each mowing.
Weed Control: It is very common to see new weeds when planting a new lawn or disturbing the soil. For new lawns, wait 6-8 weeks before using any herbicide. For existing lawns, the best weed control is to maintain a healthy lawn by regular fertilization, proper mowing, and watering as necessary.
Overseeding An Existing Lawn
Lawn Preparation: Mow lawn to 1 inch and remove clippings. Dethatch with a power rake or hand rake smaller areas.
Seeding: Sow seed evenly at at 4-6 lbs/1,000 square feet. Work seed into existing turf by raking.
Watering: Keep soil moist with frequent, light watering until grass is established.
Mowing: Follow normal mowing practices when grass reaches 3 to 4 inches in height.