|What is the difference between straight, blended and mixture seeds?
|Answer from NGA
May 14, 2009
|Straight seeds contain one variety of grass seeds. Kentucky Bluegrass, for instance. Blended seeds are a combination of two or more varieties of the same grass types: tall and creeping fescues is an example. Mixtures will have 3 or more different types of grasses. The mixture might contain ryegrass, bluegrass and fescues. Hope this answers our question.
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