Sow a seed mixture that is adapted to use and climatic conditions of the site. Divide the total seed quantity into two equal lots, sowing one lot in one direction and the second lot at right angles to the first with a mechanical seeder or spreader. Rake lightly or drag the area to cover seed no deeper than 1/3 inch. Roll lightly to firm soil around seed.
Mulch the seeded area with clean straw at the rate of 80 pounds per 1,000 sq. ft. Mulches may be left on the area to decompose. Do not use mulches that may contain weed seeds.
Immediately after seeding, irrigate enough to thoroughly wet the soil to a 4 to 6 inch depth. During the period of initial rooting (usually two to three weeks) irrigation should be applied to maintain adequate soil moisture. At no time during the initial rooting period should the soil be allowed to dry. After the grass has rooted water as needed for your local climate.
Azure Blue Sheep Fescue | Canada Wild Rye | Deertongue Grass | Foxtail Millet
Gamma Grass | Indian Grass | Little Bluestem | Meadow Foxtail Grass | Red Top Grass
Reed Canary Grass | Sand Love Grass | Sedge Grass | Sideoats Gramma | Switch Grass
Turkeyfoot Grass | Virginia Wild Rye | Weeping Love Grass | Weeping Turkeyfoot Grass
Wheat Grass | Wild Oats | Wild Rice | Wild Wheat
American Bittersweet | Banana Passion Fruit | Black Eyed Susan Vine | Canary Bird Vine
Cassabanana | Chilean Glory Vine | Choccolate Vine | Coral Bead Vine | Coral Vine
Fast Growing Balloon Vine | Hyacinth Bean | India Horse Gram Vine | Issai Kiwi
Kangaroo Vine | Kiwi Fruit | Mountain Rose | Passion Fruit | Purple Kiwi
Purple Passion Flower | Velvet Bean | Virginia Creeper | Woolly Dutchmans Pipe