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TifBlair Centipede Grass Seed
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TifBlair Centipede is a variety of Centipede that has proven strong during various testing, showing improved cold tolerance. This aggressive seed sends out longer runners than a majority of Centipede options, meaning it chokes out weeds and other grasses at a higher rate.

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  • Application or Use: Lawn & Turf
  • Germination Time: 21 - 30 days, under optimal conditions
  • Growing Locations: Warm Season Zone, Transition Zone
  • Height: 1.5 - 2 inches
  • Sunlight Requirements: 6+ hours, full sun for best results
  • Advantages: Grows more densely and vigorously than Common Centipede, and makes mowing easier due to its slow growth habit, tolerance to poor soils and drought conditions, suitable for both full sun/partial shade
  • When to Plant: Recommended planting time is spring and summer when nighttime temperatures are consistently 65+ degrees and 3 months prior to first frost.

 

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  • Used for lawns, parks, roadsides and landscape
  • Improved cold tolerance
  • Less mowing
  • Fast germination
  • Long runners to choke out weeds


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TifBlair Centipede has proven to be a improved variety of Centipede Grass through research trials over the last few years. TifBlair Centipede is commonly used for home lawns, parks, roadsides, and landscape projects. TifBlair Centipede lawns require 50% less mowing than other lawn grass varieties. TifBlair Centipede is a fast and aggressive lawn grass variety. It will continue to spread after it is established, choking out weeds and other grasses. TifBlair Centipede grass is an excellent choice for home lawns in the Southeast. This is a certified centipede seed and the seed is coated.

TifBlair Centipede is more cold tolerant, and produces longer runners than common Centipede. TifBlair Centipede also germinates faster. TifBlair Centipede is very popular for home lawns in the Southeastern United States, including Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, South Carolina, Louisiana, and Arkansas.

Centipede lawn grass varieties require little to no chemical treatments, growing well in poor soils, full sun or partial shade with little or low maintenance or fertilization. Centipede grass is also preferred for its drought tolerance and little mowing requirements.

Coated seed contains a clay-based surrounding shell that increases moisture retention and helps to reduce insect or fowl consumption. Coated seed contains approximately 50% coating weight, or inert weight, per pound of seed. Coated Centipede Seed is also easier to see after it is applied. Raw seed features no fillers, coatings, or treatments.

Centipede Grass (Eremochloa ophiuroides) was introduced into the United States from seed found in the baggage of Frank Meyer, a USDA plant explorer who disappeared on his fourth trip to China in 1916. It was initially used for low-maintenance cemeteries and eventually for lawns, during and after the Great Depression, and is sometimes referred to as "lazy man's grass," or "poor man's grass."

*Product packaging may appear different than what is pictured.

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Climate Zone(s)
Transition Zone
Warm Season
Coated or Raw
Coated
Fertilizer
Varies
GMO
No
Ideal pH
5.0 - 6.5
Inoculant Needed
No
Life Cycle
Perennial
Overseeding Rate
1lb per 4.000sq.ft.
Seeding Depth
1/8 - 1/4 inch
Seeding Rate
1 lb. per 2,000sq.ft.
When to Plant
Spring & Summer
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TifBlair can be planted anytime a new lawn can be prepared. Late summer planting (August 15 - November 1) is not advised due to inadequate time for establishment before Winter. For best results, plant in March or April, but quicker germination will occur from May through July. TifBlair can be planted in the fall of the year, after the soil temperatures are cold enough to prevent germination (typically after November 1). TifBlair seed will not germinate until the soil warms the following Spring.

To determine the amount of seed to purchase, multiply the length of the your lawn in feet by the width in feet to determine the square feet (sq. ft.). Subtract area for sidewalks, driveways, and other areas that will not be planted. Plant TifBlair Centipede at a rate of 1/2 lb. per 1,000 sq. ft. Higher seeding rates (up to 1lb. per 1000 sq. ft.) will produce a quicker grow-in, and produce a more dense turf in a shorter amount of time. Using higher rates of seed is more cost-effective than trying to save money on "light" seeding rates, because more watering and weed control will be necessary with "light" rates.

Follow these instructions to establishing a beautiful and attractive lawn:

Remove loose debris, such as sticks, stones, and trash. Till and loosen soil to create a crumbly seedbed. Work in a 5-10-15 fertilizer at a rate of 10 lbs per 1,000 sq. ft. Centipede thrives in acidic soil. To prepare seedbed, rake thoroughly and smooth the surface to provide a crumbly top layer that is ideal for sowing.

Sow the seed according to your spreader's recommended rate. Divide seed into two equal portions. Sow in one direction east to west, then use second portion and sow north to south to insure uniform coverage. Work seed into soil 1/4 to 1/2 in. with the flexing rake. Roll yard smooth. 

Most importantly: Water thoroughly and frequently, but avoid creating puddles. Soil should be kept moist up to 1/2 in. deep, until emergence of the seedlings. Water less frequently after seedling emergence. Water only as needed after stand is established. Mow frequently to control weeds once seedlings are established, taking care to never remove than 1/3 of the plant.

Reseeding existing centipede lawns:
Cut existing lawn as close as possible or use Round Up to reduce vigor and competition from existing lawn. Rake or scratch (aerify, scarify) the surface and remove debris.

Apply seed and water as described above.

TifBlair Centipede Grass Seed

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TifBlair Centipede is a variety of Centipede that has proven strong during various testing, showing improved cold tolerance. This aggressive seed sends out longer runners than a majority of Centipede options, meaning it chokes out weeds and other grasses at a higher rate.

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TifBlair Centipede is a variety of Centipede that has proven strong during various testing, showing improved cold tolerance. This aggressive seed sends out longer runners than a majority of Centipede options, meaning it chokes out weeds and other grasses at a...
TifBlair Centipede is a variety of Centipede that has proven strong during various testing, showing improved cold tolerance. This aggressive seed sends out longer runners than a majority of Centipede options, meaning it chokes out weeds and other grasses at a higher rate. Product Information Application or Use: Lawn & Turf Germination Time: 21 - 30 days, under optimal conditions Growing Locations: Warm Season Zone, Transition Zone Height: 1.5 - 2 inches Sunlight Requirements: 6+ hours, full sun for best results Advantages: Grows more densely and vigorously than Common Centipede, and makes mowing easier due to its slow growth habit, tolerance to poor soils and drought conditions, suitable for both full sun/partial shade When to Plant: Recommended planting time is spring and summer when nighttime temperatures are consistently 65+ degrees and 3 months prior to first frost.   Product Detail Used for lawns, parks, roadsides and landscape Improved cold tolerance Less mowing Fast germination Long runners to choke out weeds Product Information TifBlair Centipede has proven to be a improved variety of Centipede Grass through research trials over the last few years. TifBlair Centipede is commonly used for home lawns, parks, roadsides, and landscape projects. TifBlair Centipede lawns require 50% less mowing than other lawn grass varieties. TifBlair Centipede is a fast and aggressive lawn grass variety. It will continue to spread after it is established, choking out weeds and other grasses. TifBlair Centipede grass is an excellent choice for home lawns in the Southeast. This is a certified centipede seed and the seed is coated. TifBlair Centipede is more cold tolerant, and produces longer runners than common Centipede. TifBlair Centipede also germinates faster. TifBlair Centipede is very popular for home lawns in the Southeastern United States, including Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, South Carolina, Louisiana, and Arkansas. Centipede lawn grass varieties require little to no chemical treatments, growing well in poor soils, full sun or partial shade with little or low maintenance or fertilization. Centipede grass is also preferred for its drought tolerance and little mowing requirements. Coated seed contains a clay-based surrounding shell that increases moisture retention and helps to reduce insect or fowl consumption. Coated seed contains approximately 50% coating weight, or inert weight, per pound of seed. Coated Centipede Seed is also easier to see after it is applied. Raw seed features no fillers, coatings, or treatments.Centipede Grass (Eremochloa ophiuroides) was introduced into the United States from seed found in the baggage of Frank Meyer, a USDA plant explorer who disappeared on his fourth trip to China in 1916. It was initially used for low-maintenance cemeteries and eventually for lawns, during and after the Great Depression, and is sometimes referred to as "lazy man's grass," or "poor man's grass." *Product packaging may appear different than what is pictured.
Climate Zone(s)
Transition Zone
Warm Season
Coated or Raw
Coated
Fertilizer
Varies
GMO
No
Ideal pH
5.0 - 6.5
Inoculant Needed
No
Life Cycle
Perennial
Overseeding Rate
1lb per 4.000sq.ft.
Seeding Depth
1/8 - 1/4 inch
Seeding Rate
1 lb. per 2,000sq.ft.
When to Plant
Spring & Summer

Instructions

TifBlair can be planted anytime a new lawn can be prepared. Late summer planting (August 15 - November 1) is not advised due to inadequate time for establishment before Winter. For best results, plant in March or April, but quicker germination...
TifBlair can be planted anytime a new lawn can be prepared. Late summer planting (August 15 - November 1) is not advised due to inadequate time for establishment before Winter. For best results, plant in March or April, but quicker germination will occur from May through July. TifBlair can be planted in the fall of the year, after the soil temperatures are cold enough to prevent germination (typically after November 1). TifBlair seed will not germinate until the soil warms the following Spring. To determine the amount of seed to purchase, multiply the length of the your lawn in feet by the width in feet to determine the square feet (sq. ft.). Subtract area for sidewalks, driveways, and other areas that will not be planted. Plant TifBlair Centipede at a rate of 1/2 lb. per 1,000 sq. ft. Higher seeding rates (up to 1lb. per 1000 sq. ft.) will produce a quicker grow-in, and produce a more dense turf in a shorter amount of time. Using higher rates of seed is more cost-effective than trying to save money on "light" seeding rates, because more watering and weed control will be necessary with "light" rates. Follow these instructions to establishing a beautiful and attractive lawn: Remove loose debris, such as sticks, stones, and trash. Till and loosen soil to create a crumbly seedbed. Work in a 5-10-15 fertilizer at a rate of 10 lbs per 1,000 sq. ft. Centipede thrives in acidic soil. To prepare seedbed, rake thoroughly and smooth the surface to provide a crumbly top layer that is ideal for sowing. Sow the seed according to your spreader's recommended rate. Divide seed into two equal portions. Sow in one direction east to west, then use second portion and sow north to south to insure uniform coverage. Work seed into soil 1/4 to 1/2 in. with the flexing rake. Roll yard smooth.  Most importantly: Water thoroughly and frequently, but avoid creating puddles. Soil should be kept moist up to 1/2 in. deep, until emergence of the seedlings. Water less frequently after seedling emergence. Water only as needed after stand is established. Mow frequently to control weeds once seedlings are established, taking care to never remove than 1/3 of the plant. Reseeding existing centipede lawns: Cut existing lawn as close as possible or use Round Up to reduce vigor and competition from existing lawn. Rake or scratch (aerify, scarify) the surface and remove debris. Apply seed and water as described above.
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TifBlair Centipede is a variety of Centipede that has proven strong during various testing, showing improved cold tolerance. This aggressive seed sends out longer runners than a majority of Centipede options, meaning it chokes out weeds and other grasses at a higher rate.

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TifBlair Centipede Grass Seed Description

TifBlair Centipede is a variety of Centipede that has proven strong during various testing, showing improved cold tolerance. This aggressive seed sends out longer runners than a majority of Centipede options, meaning it chokes out weeds and other grasses at a higher rate.

Product Information

  • Application or Use: Lawn & Turf
  • Germination Time: 21 - 30 days, under optimal conditions
  • Growing Locations: Warm Season Zone, Transition Zone
  • Height: 1.5 - 2 inches
  • Sunlight Requirements: 6+ hours, full sun for best results
  • Advantages: Grows more densely and vigorously than Common Centipede, and makes mowing easier due to its slow growth habit, tolerance to poor soils and drought conditions, suitable for both full sun/partial shade
  • When to Plant: Recommended planting time is spring and summer when nighttime temperatures are consistently 65+ degrees and 3 months prior to first frost.

 

Product Detail

  • Used for lawns, parks, roadsides and landscape
  • Improved cold tolerance
  • Less mowing
  • Fast germination
  • Long runners to choke out weeds


Product Information

TifBlair Centipede has proven to be a improved variety of Centipede Grass through research trials over the last few years. TifBlair Centipede is commonly used for home lawns, parks, roadsides, and landscape projects. TifBlair Centipede lawns require 50% less mowing than other lawn grass varieties. TifBlair Centipede is a fast and aggressive lawn grass variety. It will continue to spread after it is established, choking out weeds and other grasses. TifBlair Centipede grass is an excellent choice for home lawns in the Southeast. This is a certified centipede seed and the seed is coated.

TifBlair Centipede is more cold tolerant, and produces longer runners than common Centipede. TifBlair Centipede also germinates faster. TifBlair Centipede is very popular for home lawns in the Southeastern United States, including Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, South Carolina, Louisiana, and Arkansas.

Centipede lawn grass varieties require little to no chemical treatments, growing well in poor soils, full sun or partial shade with little or low maintenance or fertilization. Centipede grass is also preferred for its drought tolerance and little mowing requirements.

Coated seed contains a clay-based surrounding shell that increases moisture retention and helps to reduce insect or fowl consumption. Coated seed contains approximately 50% coating weight, or inert weight, per pound of seed. Coated Centipede Seed is also easier to see after it is applied. Raw seed features no fillers, coatings, or treatments.

Centipede Grass (Eremochloa ophiuroides) was introduced into the United States from seed found in the baggage of Frank Meyer, a USDA plant explorer who disappeared on his fourth trip to China in 1916. It was initially used for low-maintenance cemeteries and eventually for lawns, during and after the Great Depression, and is sometimes referred to as "lazy man's grass," or "poor man's grass."

*Product packaging may appear different than what is pictured.

Climate Zone(s)
Transition Zone
Warm Season
Coated or Raw
Coated
Fertilizer
Varies
GMO
No
Ideal pH
5.0 - 6.5
Inoculant Needed
No
Life Cycle
Perennial
Overseeding Rate
1lb per 4.000sq.ft.
Seeding Depth
1/8 - 1/4 inch
Seeding Rate
1 lb. per 2,000sq.ft.
When to Plant
Spring & Summer


TifBlair can be planted anytime a new lawn can be prepared. Late summer planting (August 15 - November 1) is not advised due to inadequate time for establishment before Winter. For best results, plant in March or April, but quicker germination will occur from May through July. TifBlair can be planted in the fall of the year, after the soil temperatures are cold enough to prevent germination (typically after November 1). TifBlair seed will not germinate until the soil warms the following Spring.

To determine the amount of seed to purchase, multiply the length of the your lawn in feet by the width in feet to determine the square feet (sq. ft.). Subtract area for sidewalks, driveways, and other areas that will not be planted. Plant TifBlair Centipede at a rate of 1/2 lb. per 1,000 sq. ft. Higher seeding rates (up to 1lb. per 1000 sq. ft.) will produce a quicker grow-in, and produce a more dense turf in a shorter amount of time. Using higher rates of seed is more cost-effective than trying to save money on "light" seeding rates, because more watering and weed control will be necessary with "light" rates.

Follow these instructions to establishing a beautiful and attractive lawn:

Remove loose debris, such as sticks, stones, and trash. Till and loosen soil to create a crumbly seedbed. Work in a 5-10-15 fertilizer at a rate of 10 lbs per 1,000 sq. ft. Centipede thrives in acidic soil. To prepare seedbed, rake thoroughly and smooth the surface to provide a crumbly top layer that is ideal for sowing.

Sow the seed according to your spreader's recommended rate. Divide seed into two equal portions. Sow in one direction east to west, then use second portion and sow north to south to insure uniform coverage. Work seed into soil 1/4 to 1/2 in. with the flexing rake. Roll yard smooth. 

Most importantly: Water thoroughly and frequently, but avoid creating puddles. Soil should be kept moist up to 1/2 in. deep, until emergence of the seedlings. Water less frequently after seedling emergence. Water only as needed after stand is established. Mow frequently to control weeds once seedlings are established, taking care to never remove than 1/3 of the plant.

Reseeding existing centipede lawns:
Cut existing lawn as close as possible or use Round Up to reduce vigor and competition from existing lawn. Rake or scratch (aerify, scarify) the surface and remove debris.

Apply seed and water as described above.

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05/15/2022
John S.
United States

Great price, fast shipping

I have used Hancock seed for years to keep my yard at its peak. Never disappointed with the seed or germination.

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04/21/2022
Kathleen S.
United States United States

This is nice seed when it gets going

you really need to keep the watering up and keep on this but once it begins it spreads nicely. Seems to come back each year. putting it in really sandy places with some extra soil and it blooms well. Easy to cut and does not grow too high. Again, you need to work with this. You cant just throw it on and forget it.

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04/13/2022
Carlos G.
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Best grass seed , hands down

04/15/2022

Hancock Seed

Glad to hear that you love the Tifblair centipede seed and that you received it quickly. Thank you for your review and for choosing Hancock Seed!

KS
04/03/2022
Kathleen S.
United States United States

TifBlair Ceneipede

It takes a very long time to get this going and you have to be persistent. The coating brings ants and they take it away so treat for ants first. Once it gets going it is good but plan no a few years of adding seed to get your lawn beautiful. Its better than most

04/15/2022

Hancock Seed

Centipede seed is a slow grower for sure but that is what most people love about it. It will take some extra time to germinate but once it gets going it is beautiful. I have never heard about the ant thing. Thank you for your review and for choosing Hancock Seed!

DF
03/23/2022
DAN F.
United States United States

Centipede grass seed

I have used this product many times in different locations with good success

03/25/2022

Hancock Seed

Glad to hear that you are once again having good success with the tifblair centipede seed! Thank you for your review and for choosing Hancock Seed!

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