Combat Extreme™ Transition Zone

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Combat Extreme™ Transition Zone

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Fescue Grass

Combat Extreme™ Transition Zone Grass Seed three way turf type fescue grass seed blend that produces grass with fine to medium leaf blades which allow it to form a dense turf. This seed blend has lower growing cultivars. Combat Extreme™ is a great lawn seed for shady areas, something that warm season grasses cannot provide. This fescue grass seed blend produces grass with superior heat and drought tolerance and makes Combat Extreme™ grass seed an excellent choice for professional or home use.

Three Combat Blends To Optimize Varieties:

Each Combat Extreme mixture will perform well outside of the given zone. For example, there is no reason you could not use Combat Extreme™ Transition Zone in USDA Zone 8 or Combat Extreme™ Northern Zone in USDA 6. These USDA Zones are given as optimal guidelines, but not as fixed rules.

Unlike other turf type fescue grass seeds, Combat Extreme has the ability to repair itself. Traditional tall fescue grass seeds will clump together, not filling in the bare spots and producing an uneven lawn. With bare spots, weeds are more apt to take over the lawn. What makes Combat Extreme™ grass seed unique is its ability to fill in these open areas with aggressive tillering.

Self-repairing turf
  • Fills in open areas in the lawn by means of tillering
  • Knits the lawn grass together
  • Quickly fills in damaged or open spots with new shoots of grass
Strong, deep root system
  • Ability to draw its moisture from a deep profile
  • Excellent drought and heat tolerant with less irrigation
  • Excellent in the transition zone climate
Produces a thick even lawn grass
  • Ability to repair itself through tillering– repairs open areas within a lawn
Excellent color and disease resistant
  • Withstands stressful weather conditions
  • Holds its rich green color, even through winter’s low temperatures
Rapid germination and quick spring green-up
  • Quickly establishing grass seed
  • Early spring green-up – have a greener lawn earlier in the spring then other grass seeds
Higher value for the home owner than conventional tall fescue grass seed
  • Ordinary tall fescueleafed ugly clumps" of tall fescue plants in open areas.

Blending fescue grass seed varieties together that have top performance on some of the desired characteristics allows the lawn to adapt itself to various conditions. In the shady areas, the grass seed varieties with good shade tolerance will prevail, in the high traffic areas the best wear tolerant grass seed varieties will prevail, etc. The result is a beautiful lawn grass everywhere, from the same seed blend.

Combat Extreme™ fescue grass seed sets a new standard for home lawns. Not only does the Combat Extreme™ tall fescuell ever need! In our opinion, this is the best grass that we carry (for durability and hardiness) and the best turf type fescue blend on the market today!

  • New turf: Sow 8 - 10 pounds Combat Extreme™ grass seed per 1,000 square feet or 320 - 400 lbs/acre for broadcast seeding
  • Over-seeding: Sow 4 - 5 pounds tall turf type fescue grass seed per 1,000 square feet or 160 - 200 lbs per acre for broadcast over-seeding
  • Planting: Plant turf type tall fescue grass seed when soil temperature reaches 55 degrees in spring up until a minimum of 6 weeks before frost in fall

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