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Good Nature Tuff Turf Lawn Seed

  • Good Nature Tuff Turf - Turf Type Tall Fescue for Organic Lawns
  • Tall Fescue (Left) vs. Perennial Ryegrass in Summer Ohio Heat
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Product Description

Starting a new lawn and want it to be beautiful without needing all the chemicals and water?  Our Good Nature Tuff Turf lawn seed mix is an ideal choice if you want a beautiful yet low maintenance lawn.  Good Nature Tuff Turf contains 4 top performing cultivars of Turf Type Tall Fescue and one top performing variety of Kentucky Bluegrass.  The bluegrass variety blends well with the Tall Fescue and will not outcompete it as some other Bluegrasses will.  This mix will stay greener than traditional lawn seed mixes during the hot summer months and needs less fertilizer and less water to stay green.  

Note: Good Nature Tuff Turf is appropriate for lawns in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, Utah and Illinois.  This mix is not appropriate for Canada and more notrhern climates.  

Seeding Instructions

For new lawns, loosen the soil and seed at 10 lbs / 1000 s.f.  For existing lawns, it is best to use a mechanical seeding machine like a slice or slit seeder to add this seed to your lawn.  

Seeding After Care Instructions

After seeding, regular watering is neccessary to get the seed to establish.  You'll want to soak the lawn daily without causing the seed to run off - this could be at least 1 hour per spot with a portable sprinkler or less than 15 minutes per zone with an installed irrigation system.  We recommend installing new lawns and overseeding in Early September while the soil is warm and the air temperature is starting to cool.  The seed should sprout in about 2 weeks and will then need to be watered less frequently (every other day) for the next week or two.  After 4 weeks, you can generally rely on the rainfall that mother nature provides, but if mother nature doesn't provide anything, try to soak the lawn once or twice per week.  

If you're really looking for the lowest maintenance lawn possible, you might consider adding Microclover to reduce your lawns water and fertilizer needs even more.

     


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  1. Keeps Getting Better 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Sep 2017

    This is my second review of Tuff Turf. Over seeded again with it this year. My lawn keeps looking better with Tuff Turf and other Good Nature products. Thanks


  2. Goes great with Mircoclover 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Feb 2014

    Seeded my lawn with tuff-turf and microclover. Great combo! You guys are making a great contribution by offering these products and educating us on how to have a great looking lawn without the use of chemicals. Thanks!


  3. Great, thick, healthy lawn 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Apr 2013

    This grass seed has worked out great. The lawn is super thick and with the proper care using techniques and products recommended by Good Nature, it will be very easy to care for and look good. Very drought resistant too.