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*Features Of Buffalo Pals Grass

  • Uses less water and fertilizer
  • Drought and cold tolerant
  • Requires less mowing – low maintenance
  • Easy to establish from seed
  • Wear-resistant turf
  • Seeding Zone: 5 (These are not USDA zones, these are zone number provided by Pennington Seed, please use their map below for correct location for these zones) Grass Seed Planting Zones Map

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buffalo Pals Grass Planting Information 

Best Time to Plant: Spring, when soil temperature reaches 60°
Planting Depth: ¼” – ½”
Germination Time: 7-21 days, depending on climate conditions, soil temperatures and moisture
Seeding Rate: New Lawns: 3 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft.; Overseeding: 1 ½ lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft.
Color: Dark, blue-green
Texture: Fine
Sun Tolerance: Excellent
Shade Tolerance: Moderate
Drought Tolerance: Excellent
Traffic Tolerance: Excellent
Disease Tolerance:
Recommended Mowing Height: 3-4”

New Seeding With Buffalo Pals

Pulverize the soil completely by spading or plowing. If soil tests have been conducted, apply fertilizer at the recommended rate. If soil tests have not been conducted, apply lime and a complete lawn fertilizer. Apply lime and fertilizer at recommended rates and according to directions. Work lime and fertilizer evenly into the soil then level the soil. Sow the grass seed, then rake, harrow, or otherwise work the seed into the soil no more than ¼” to ½”. Keep the area well watered until the seed germinates and the seedlings have grown sufficiently to establish a lawn, then water as needed.

Overseeding Or Reseeding With Buffalo Pals Seeds

Fertilize as recommended in Method 1, except it is not necessary to work the fertilizer into the soil. Mow or clip the existing grass as closely as possible. Rake, harrow lightly, or aerate the soil where the existing grass is growing to allow the seed to make contact with the soil. The existing grass will not be adversely affected.

How To Rid Your lawn Of Undesirable Grasses

When you have a lawn with undesirable grasses you may use the following method of ridding your lawn of these grasses and establishing a desirable lawn.
3. During any growing season spray the established undesirable lawn with a non-selective herbicide labeled for lawn use, following the directions on the label.
4. After the lawn turns brown, follow instructions in method 1 or 2.

Using Buffalo Pals grass Seed To Improve Bare Spots

First, mow closely, then remove leaves, dead grass, etc. Rake bare spots to prepare the seedbed. Then follow fertilizer and planting instructions.

Best Soil Types for Buffalo Pals Grass

Recommended for loam to clay soils. Not advised for use on sand.

Buffalo Pals Care & Maintenance

Keep soil moist to ensure germination and seeding establishment. Once seedlings have emerged, less watering is needed.

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