Want a lush, green lawn? Black Beauty grass seed mixtures grow exceptionally well in sunny, shady, and heavily trafficked lawns. Description An outstanding blend of three of the newest dwarf fescues available. These varieties represent the latest in turfgrass breeding technology Our specially formulated grass seed will give you a lush green lawn with less effort and less watering. Find options for all types of lawns
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Specially formulated grass seed blend ideal for the hot and humid climates of the Mid-Atlantic (Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia).
An outstanding blend of three of the newest dwarf fescues available. These varieties represent the latest in turfgrass breeding technology with improved insect and disease resistance, darker color, finer texture and dwarf growing habit for less maintenance. “New Millennia” is comprised of the highest rated varieties of tall fescue according to USDA tests of tall fescue cultivars. This seed blend has shown in standard tests to be free of crop and weed seeds and is suitable for sod production.
- Medium-fine texture
- Deep root system ( 1 1/2 – 3 ft.)
- Heat tolerant
- Shade tolerant
- Grows in wide range of soils
- Reduced vertical growth rate
- Greater turf density
- Improved disease resistance to stem & crown rust
- Newest varieties
- 100% WEED FREE
- Attractive, uniform appearance
- Improved drought tolerance
- Better summer performance than ryegrass
- Only one grass needed for entire landscape
- Reduces soil preparation costs
- Reduced maintenance costs
- Withstands heavy use
- Lower maintenance costs and improved turf
- Genetic improvement over older varieties
- Produces a professional quality turf
Traffic areas where appearance and low maintenance are important:
Lawns, Playgrounds, Parks, Cemeteries, Commercial developments, Sportsturf.
“Triple Crown Dwarf” is an excellent choice in hot inland valleys where it will maintain its deep green color year round.
New turf: 10-12 pounds per 1000 square feet or 400-500 pounds per acre.
Overseeding: 6-8 pounds per 1000 square feet or 250-350 pounds per acre.
Emergence: 10-14 days with proper irrigation
First mowing: Approximately 25 days.
First limited use: Approximately 40 days.
Adaptability & Care
Climatic Conditions: All (except high altitude)
Soils: All types
pH range: 5.5 to 6.5 preferred, 4.7 to 8.5 tolerated
Fertilization: 2 to 4 pounds of actual nitrogen per year in a balanced fertilizer
Mowing height: 2-3 inches in warm seasons, 1 1/2- 2 inches in cool seasons.
“New Millennia” is a registered trademark of Stover Seed Company and is available only from Stover Seed or an authorized dealer. The ingredients used in “New Millennia” are exclusively distributed by Stover Seed and represent the latest improvements in turfgrass breeding and development. Accept no substitutions.
Ingredients & Specifications
2nd Millennium Tall Fescue
Focus Tall Fescue
Avenger Tall Fescue
98% Minimum purity
90% Minimum germination
0% Crop Seed
0% Weed Seed
National Tall Fescue Test
Quality Ratings 1-9; 9=ideal turf
- Justice (#1 rank) 6.4
- Avenger* 6.3
- 2nd Millennium* 6.1
- Focus* 6.0
- Regiment II 5.8
- Jaguar 3 5.7
- Falcon II 5.6
- Matador 5.4
- KY-31 3.4
National Tall Fescue Test
Brown Patch (warm temperature)
Ratings 1-9; 9=No Disease
- Magellan (#1 rank) 6.3
- Focus* 5.9
- Jaguar 3span >5.9
- Avenger* 5.8
- 2nd Millennium* 5.6
- Falcon II 5.1
- Barlexas 5.1
- Olympic Gold 5.0
- Lancer 3.1
To determine whether a cultivar’s performance is truly different from another, subtract one entry’s mean from another entry’s mean. If this value is larger than the LSD value, the observed difference in cultivar performance is significant and did not happen by chance. Complete tables available upon request or contact www.ntep,org.
* Denotes varieties used in New Millennia.
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When to Plant Grass Seed
Fall is best for planting cool-season grasses like Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrasses, and tall fescues. Daytime air temperatures should be averaging between 60 and 85 degrees which translates to soil temperatures between 50 to 75 degrees. Spring is the second best option for cool-season grasses. Warm-season grasses, like Bermudagrass, Bahiagrass, Centipede grass, and Zoysia grass have the most successful germination rates in spring and early summer when daytime temperatures average about 80 degrees.
How to Plant Grass Seed
Test to be sure your lawn pH is between 6.0 and 7.4. Prepare the seedbed and broadcast your seed at the recommended rate. Keep it constantly moist by watering 2 to 3 times per day with a mist spray until germination.
How to Water Grass Seed
Water newly spread seed by lightly spraying 2 to 3 times per day. The goal is to keep the soil moist, but not wet. Once your grass has germinated begin to water heavier, but less often.
When to Overseed?
Late summer into fall and spring are good times to overseed northern yards with cool-season grasses. Southern lawns should be overseeded in the fall with cool-season grass.
How Long for Grass Seed to Germinate
Germination time varies amongst different types of grasses. Even the same seed will germinate at varying rates within different climates. Expect your grass to emerge within 7 to 21 days.