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Touch-Up™ TRI-RYE Perennial Ryegrass

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  • 100% quick-germinating, perennial ryegrass blend
  • Fills in bare spots and thickens the lawn quickly
  • Great for overseeding warm and cool-season lawns
  • Germinates in 7 – 10 days
Real Touch-Up Tri-Rye Lawns
Product Overview
Jonathan Green Touch-Up™ TRI-RYE Perennial Ryegrass is a 100% premium perennial ryegrass blend. The three perennial ryegrasses in this mixture are all dark-green in color and fast to germinate so they fill in bare spots and thicken the lawn quickly. This mixture has been used on golf courses to overseed fairways, tees, and roughs for years.

This product is also used in the fall to overseed warm season grasses such as bermudagrass which goes dormant and turns brown when the weather turns cold. Touch-Up™ provides a green carpet during the winter months and recedes when the warm season grasses start growing again during spring. Touch-Up™ is very tolerant of heavy traffic situations and contains beneficial endophytes making the lawn naturally insect resistant. This seed germinates in 7 – 10 days.
Coverage Guide


New Lawns
3 lb
Up to 1,500 sq. ft.
Up to 750 sq. ft.
7 lb
Up to 3,500 sq. ft.
Up to 1,750 sq. ft.
25 lb
Up to 12,500 sq. ft.
Up to 6,250 sq. ft.
How Do I Calculate My Lawn Size? First measure the length and width of your lawn. Then multiply the length by the width and deduct the square footage of any non-lawn areas (landscape bed, patio, deck, pool, etc.) from the total. Now you know how much product you need to purchase!
Shipping & Returns


  • Free ground shipping now available on orders of $75 or more! For smaller orders, shipping costs are calculated at checkout.
  • We ship orders the same day if placed by 2PM EST (later orders will be shipped the next day).
  • Orders are not shipped or delivered on weekends or holidays.
  • We offer ground and expedited shipping.


  • We offer 30-day free returns for replacement or full refund for items that are damaged or defective (shipping included). If damaged by the carrier, please file a claim with them.
  • If your items have been used or aren’t in the original packaging, we will give you a refund (minus the cost of shipping) based on the condition of the product.

View our complete shipping and return policy. If you have questions about your order, please contact our customer service team at orders@jonathangreen.com.

  • Perennial ryegrasses

  • For cool-season lawns, the best time to apply grass seed is in fall (between mid-August to mid-October), or in spring (between mid-March to mid-May). For grass seed to germinate, soil temperatures must be at least 55°F, and air temperatures should not exceed 85°F.

  • 5+ hours of sunlight per day

  • Touch-Up™ TRI-RYE Perennial Ryegrass can withstand moderate traffic

  • 7 – 10 days

  • Grass seed can be applied with any of our soil amendments, or straight fertilizers. We do not recommend applying grass seed with any weed controls. You must wait at least 30 days to seed after applying weed control. For a full list of wait times, visit this FAQ page.

    • For best germination, water seeded areas twice a day, for 5 – 10 minutes to keep the seedbed moist. Continue watering daily for a few weeks until the grass plants reach a height of 2 – 2.5 inches.
    • A good rule of thumb for established lawns, is to give them one inch of water per week including rainfall. To avoid your lawn going dormant in the summer, you may need to increase your watering rate.
    • Begin mowing your new lawn when the new grass has reached a height of 3 – 4 inches.
    • Be careful not to scalp your lawn, as low mowing will stress the root system and encourage the growth of weeds. When mowing, only take off the top third of the grass blade.
  • Our recommendations for storing your grass seed:

    Place it in a cool dry place, off of the ground, out of direct sunlight, and keep it away from moisture. Under these conditions, grass seed will last at least two years.

  • Always read and follow the product label before use.




    Safety Data Sheets can be found at www.jonathangreen.com/safety-data-sheets-sds. If you have a specific question, do not hesitate to contact us.


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Step 1/4

Who makes your spreader?

Jonathan GreenScotts

Don’t see your spreader here? Contact the manufacturer or review your spreader’s manual.


Step 2/4

What type of spreader are you using?

Rotary Drop Handheld


Step 3/4

What is the model of your spreader?

Standard Rotary Deluxe and Pro All Rotary Turf Builder Classic AccuGreen 2000-3000 AccuGreen 1000 Evengreen Hand Crank

Don’t see your spreader model here? Contact the manufacturer or review your spreader’s manual.


Step 4/4

Select the rate that best suits your lawn needs.

Depending on the type of product you selected there may only be one application rate.

Overseeding RateNew Lawn Rate

Note: “New lawn” indicates that you are starting a lawn from bare dirt vs overseeding or applying product to an existing lawn.


Touch-Up™ TRI-RYE Perennial Ryegrass

Your Spreader Setting is:

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Features You’ll Love

Touch-Up™ TRI-RYE Perennial Ryegrass is the perfect solution to thicken or repair your lawn quickly. This blend germinates in 7 - 10 days and is great for overseeding warm-season lawns to keep them lush and green throughout winter.

Contains 100% Perennial Ryegrass

A state-of-the-art blend of three types of perennial ryegrasses to aid in quick germination, durability, and a natural dark-green color.
Contains 100% Perennial Ryegrass

Quick Germinating Grass Seed Blend

This blend gets the job done fast! It rapidly germinates in just 7 - 10 days to quickly thicken thinning areas of your lawn or cover stubborn bare spots.
Quick Germinating Grass Seed Blend

Great for Overseeding Warm-Season Lawns

Use in the fall to overseed warm-season grasses in the southern United States, such as bermudagrass, that go dormant in the winter. Provides a rich, dark-green lawn with a golf course quality that maintains even in the harshest weather conditions.
Great for Overseeding Warm-Season Lawns

How to Seed



To ensure the seed reaches the soil, mow the lawn on the lowest setting and bag the clippings.


Use a metal rake to remove debris, rocks, and thatch that has built up. Rake vigorously to create grooves in the top layer of soil. Fill in any holes and level the ground with additional topsoil if necessary.


Test your soil pH to check that it is in a healthy range for grass plants to grow. Optimal pH for cool-season lawns is 6.2 to 7.0. For soils with a pH below 6.2, use Jonathan Green Mag-I-Cal® Plus for Lawns in Acidic & Hard Soil to rapidly raise soil pH. For a pH above 7.0, use Mag-I-Cal® Plus for Lawns in Alkaline & Hard Soil to lower soil pH.



To evenly distribute grass seed, use a spreader suitable for your specific lawn size. Set the spreader according to the recommended setting on the packaging or use our Spreader Settings Calculator above. Make sure to update the setting with each product you apply.


Carefully read and follow all instructions on the product labels prior to application. Before spreading, calculate the amount of seed needed for the square footage of your lawn.


For new lawns:
Start by filling the spreader with half of the grass seed. Apply the seed around the perimeter of the lawn to establish a turning area. Make straight passes back and forth across the length of the lawn in one direction (north to south) and then the remaining seed in a perpendicular direction (east to west) within the outlined area. Overlap slightly between passes and close the hopper when turning. Walk at a steady pace for even distribution. This crisscross pattern ensures even coverage and helps prevent bare spots in new lawns.


For overseeding:
Begin by spreading the seed along the perimeter of your lawn. Make straight passes back and forth across the length of the lawn in a mowing pattern until the entire area is covered. Overlap slightly between passes and close the hopper when turning. Walk at a steady pace for even distribution.


After seeding, gently rake the soil with a metal rake to incorporate the grass seed into the top quarter-inch of soil. This will improve seed-to-soil contact and promote germination.


Maximize seedling growth and root development by applying starter fertilizer along with the seed. Fill your spreader on a hard surface to avoid fertilizer burn. Start by applying fertilizer around the lawn’s perimeter to establish a turning area. Then, make back-and-forth passes within the outlined area, ensuring overlap for complete coverage. Sweep any excess granules off of hard surfaces and back onto the lawn.


Immediately after seeding, thoroughly water the area but not to the point of run-off or puddles.



Keep the soil consistently moist by watering lightly several times a day, or as needed, to prevent drying out. Avoid excessive watering that may cause pooling or runoff. Continue watering daily for a few weeks until the grass plants reach a height of 2 – 2.5 inches. As the grass seed germinates, gradually reduce the frequency of watering while increasing the amount applied to encourage deeper root growth.


Begin mowing when the new grass has reached a height of 3 – 4 inches. Make sure the mower has sharp blades. Be careful not to scalp the lawn, low mowing will stress the root system and encourage the growth of weeds.

Touch-Up™ TRI-RYE Perennial Ryegrass 3 lb.
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