Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Not unlike Murphy’s Law there are many things that can and will go wrong when attempting to grow grass, giving the person planting less than desired results. The following is a partial list.
Most people blame a lawn failure on the seed they purchased.
Of all the reasons why the grass didn’t grow, none of the above included bad seed. Jonathan Green takes great care to supply live, viable seed to the end user. Most seed packages include three, four, five or more different cultivars. The seed comes from different areas of the Pacific Northwest of the U.S. and Canada. It is checked for germination and purity and very often double checked by the state governmental agencies in the state where it is sold. Every precaution is taken to assure high quality seed is purchased, with only a minute chance that when planted and it doesn’t grow, that it is the fault of the seed. Good planting and good luck!Back