Seed Differences - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by melissa_fauv
May 14, 2009
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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