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GroundWork All-Purpose Forage, North, 25 lb.

SKU: 686194199
GroundWork All-Purpose Forage, North, 25 lb.
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Give your livestock the grass they crave. GroundWork All-Purpose Forage is a premium grass seed mixture, designed to grow palatable grass specifically for cattle and sheep.

  • Premium forage for all livestock
  • Tolerates high traffic
  • Minimal care required
  • For all seasons
  • Covers up to one acre

Specification Description
Hardiness Zones: 8 (10 to 20 F), 10 (30 to 40 F), 7 (0 to 10 F), 13 (60 to 70 F), 9 (20 to 30 F), 12 (50 to 60 F), 6 (-10 to 0 F), 11 (40 to 50 F)
CountryofOrigin: Made in USA
Brand: GroundWork
Product Weight: 25 lb.
Blade Width: 1/4 in.
Maximum Time to Germinate: 10-15 days
Mature Height: 18 - 24 in.
Part Number: 3148
Special Feature(s): Best time to plant is spring or fall.
Planting Depth: 1/4 in.
Grass Species: Premium Forage For All Livestock
Traffic/Wear Tolerance Level: High
Coverage Area: 43,560 sq. ft.
Lawn Condition Compatibility: New
Sun Exposure: Full Sun and Part Shade
Manufacturer Part Number 3148
GroundWork All-Purpose Forage, North, 25 lb. is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Grows quickly Planted in our fields and within 2 weeks had already germinated and I’m happy with the continued growth
Date published: 2019-04-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from did well in southern nj Thought it was killed, as field flooded with brackish water during germination, but a year later and it looks fabulous.
Date published: 2017-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from All-Purpose Forage Grass Seed Mixture (South) 35.29% Fawn Tall Fescue 25.38% Striker Tetraploid Annual Ryegrass 19.19% Potomac Orchard Grass 7.19% Renegade Red Clover 5.27% Crimson Clover* 5.20% Dutch White Clover 0.80% Other Crop Seed 1.58% Inert Matter 0.10% Other Weeds • Attractive green color • Handles traffic well • More heat tolerant to high temperatures • Low Maintenance • Wide area of adaptation • Grows to 4.5 ft. Planting rate: 20-25 lb/acre or 1-2 lb/1000 sq ft. (No inoculant needed) Fawn (Festuca arundinacea) Developed in 1954 for increased pasture forage yield. A good choice for mixing into pastures where short dry periods may occur. Tolerates poor drainage, alkalinity and salinity. In orchards, vineyards, bush berries or other no-till irrigated growing situations, permanent perennial cover crops are a good choice. Perennial clovers are the most widely used varieties of perennial cover crops as they are low-growing nitrogen-fixers that require very little maintenance. Alfalfa also fixes nitrogen and has the added benefit of providing large amounts of top growth used for hay, mulch or compost. Grasses are useful in situations where nitrogen-fixation is not required or desired. They can be mixed with legumes, but the legumes in the mix should not exceed 25% if the mix will be regularly mown, as they tend to overtake the grasses. When irrigating perennial cover crops, use a deep-watering cycle to encourage roots to forage deeply for water, so that they can survive through dry periods. COVER CROP BENEFITS Cover crops, also known as green manures, are one of the cornerstones of ecologically sensible agriculture. Cover crops provide outstanding benefits for the soil, crop and grower including: • Increasing earthworm and beneficial microorganism activity • Bringing deep rooted minerals to the surface for other crops • Increasing the soil's plant-available Nitrogen • Increasing the soil's moisture-holding capacity • Providing habitat, nectar & pollen for beneficial insects • Improving water, root and air penetration in the soil Choking out weeds Providing aesthetic value and color Breaking up subsoil and plowsoles Stabilizing the soil to prevent erosion Reducing populations of pest organisms Increasing organic matter content
Date published: 2015-08-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Would you please put what kind of seeds are in this.
Date published: 2015-08-20
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Product Mix? And will someone please suggest that TSC include that information in their specifications list for online search

Asked by: roadsendllamas
This mix contains: 35% Forage Tall Fescue 20% Tetraploid Annual Ryegrass 20% Italian Ryegrass 10% Orchardgrass 5% Bromegrass 5% Alfalfa 5% Red Clover
Answered by: Astroer
Date published: 2019-04-01

What setting should I use on a Scott's broadcast spreader?

Asked by: TheMan419
A setting of 3 will give you a broadcast of 6 feet. Please remember that your walking speed will determine the actual spread.
Answered by: PHailey
Date published: 2017-03-01

will this seed work for deer?? how about st louis mo. ,would you north or south???

Asked by: dicks
Yes, this will work. I recommend using the south mix.
Answered by: Valery
Date published: 2017-04-20

what type of seed is in it alpha, timothy grass ect?

Asked by: Boyboy
This mix contains: 35% Forage Tall Fescue 20% Tetraploid Annual Ryegrass 20% Italian Ryegrass 10% Orchardgrass 5% Bromegrass 5% Alfalfa 5% Red Clover.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2019-02-09

I have a 1/3 acre section of pasture I want to get my sheep on that has little to no grass, will one bag be sufficient for seeding bare soil?

Asked by: MI1978
Yes, one bag will over seed one acre, half that amount for seeding new.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2019-05-24

How many years can I expect from a single seeding?

Asked by: Jon Deer Hunter
It is based on the management of the stand. The correct fertilization, no overgrazing (graze to 3-4 in. stubble height), “Mother Nature” right amount of moisture (rain) and hard winters which will impact recovery. This product has seed varieties, 3 to 10+ years or more, but mother nature will be a big factor.
Answered by: jessicasm
Date published: 2019-07-25

will this work in NW new mexico foresty areas?? will it cause cattle to bloat cause of the alfalfa and clover?

Asked by: FarmerJACK03
Depending on how much sun you get in this are of planting will determine how successful getting the seed to germinate and continued growth. If this is a densely shaded area it will be difficult. Yes, these varieties are safe for all types of livestock.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2019-03-17

Does this type of seeds do good on sand? Its hard to water the sand just soaks it up will the seeds be fine if is in direct sunlight and lilte water?

Asked by: Kaya025
The recommendation is to amend that soil so it will hold moisture, because sandy soil will drain water quickly and adsorb more heat.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2019-05-17
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