Lesco Transition Blend Grass Seed
Lesco Transition Blend Grass seed is one of the best grass seed blends around. You cannot get this at your local garden center. Lesco provides a clean weed-free grass seed that germinates well.
The Transition Blend Seed will germinate within 7-10 days when ground temperatures are above 60 degrees. This makes a fast seed germination time to grow a nice quality turf.
There are many types of Tall Fescue Seeds. Lesco provides only the best growing varieties that show dark green color, are drought tolerant, and are also good for high traffic areas.
All Pro Transition Blend will provide a durable turf that will tolerate drought, heat, shade, and traffic. The varieties in All Pro Transition Blend contain endophytes to increase resistance to above ground feeding insects. When seeded at recommended rates, All Pro Transition Blend will form a dense, fine textured turf with excellent mowing qualities. All Pro Transition Blend components have undergone turf trials to screen for desirable traits, including disease resistance. Geographical Adaptation: All Pro Transition Blend is suitable for permanent turf in the Warm Humid, Warm Arid, Cool Humid, and Cool Arid zones.
Suggested Usage: All Pro Transition Blend is suitable for golf course roughs, home lawns, athletic fields, commercial turf areas, parks and playgrounds, particularly where irrigation is limited. All Pro Transition Blend is wear and traffic tolerant.
Recommended Seeding Rates:
- New Establishment 6-8 lbs/1000 sq ft
- Renovation 20 - 50% existing cover – 5 - 7 lbs/1000 sq ft 50 -75% existing cover – 4 - 6 lbs/1000 sq ft
How To Care
Recommended Maintenance Practices:
Highest quality and durability is reached using moderate to high maintenance levels. Allow turf to establish prior to heavy use. Excellent results can be obtained using slit seeders for turf renovation. Maximum competition against Poa Annua is achieved with fall seeding. Mowing at 2” to 3” heights is recommended (lower mowing heights require higher maintenance).
Turf Establishment Guidelines:
Adequate seed bed preparation is important in new turf grass establishment as well as in over seeding. Check soil pH and apply a Starter Fertilizer (18-24-12) prior to seeding. Cool season grasses germinate best in the 60º to 85º F (16º to 30º C) soil temperature range. All Pro Transition will germinate the best in soil temperatures of 65° or above. Frequent light irrigation and/or seed starter mulch is required for optimum germination. Germination should be visible within 14 days; complete turf establishment will take two to six months.
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We plan each shipment to avoid your plants sitting in a truck over the weekend if possible. This means your order may be held until the following Monday to ensure the shortest delivery time. This delay will guarantee that your plants arrive the highest quality possible. Plants that specify shipping at different seasons will be shipped when they become available. ex. ships spring.
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Everything went according to schedule
The seed arrived on schedule and intact. Great company to do business with.
I enjoy receiving quality seeds and getting shipments the next day, anytime I need grass seeds I order here.
transition blend seed
pleased with quick delivery. not pleased with the percent of germination.
lesco grass seed starter fertilizer
great started to see grass.
Great grass seed for overseeding on old lawn.
Used the Lesco transition for an overseed on a pre-existing lawn. The lawn is on clay with insufficient topsoil and also had serious crabgrass issues. I plug aerated then used starter fertilizer at the end of the season. The next spring I used pre-emergent treatment for the crabgrass and now in late spring the lawn is looking fantastic, very thick and healthy. The Lesco product worked great at providing a full turf that had no problem withstanding the crabgrass treatment and I am sure the thickness of the new lawn has been a big factor in blocking the crabgrass as well as the other annoyance spring weeds which had previously been visible this time of year.