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Grass Seed

We have a great variety of grass seeds available.

Penn State Grass Seed

  • A durable mix of lawn seed for sun and part shade
  • is a blend of 30% Perennial Ryegrass, 30% Kentucky Bluegrass, 30% Fescue, and 10% Annual Ryegrass
  • This seed can be broadcasted at a rate of 6-8lb. / 1000 sq ft. for new seeding and 3-4lb.  / 1000 sq ft for overseeding.

Mine Rec. Grass Seed

Pennlate Orchard Grass

  • Late heading, high yielding.
  • Recommended use with legumes with adaptive maturities.
  • Somewhat winter hardy.
  • A good late orchardgrass.

Potomac Orchard Grass

  • One of the most productive cool-season grasses!
  • Matures too early to be compatible with alfalfa for hay.
  • Highly palatable for all wildlife and livestock.
  • Primarily used for pasture and hay forage production

Smooth Brome Grass Seed

  • Long-lived introduced perennial
  • Aggressive root system
  • Used for pasture, forage, disturbed sites

Annual Rye Grass

  • Fast growing grass that makes for a great cover crop as its fibrous roots prevent soil erosion and build organic matter.
  • Plant this grass early fall to late fall, or early to mid-spring and can germinate in cool weather.
  • Established protective cover quickly and over seeds well at higher rates.
  • Can scavenge as much as 200 pounds of nitrogen per acre.

Best-For Rye Grass

  • Cross of perennial and italian ryegrass.
  • Produces an immense amount of forage consisting of broad dark green blades, and large succulent stems preferred by all livestock.
  • Has a higher percentage of sugars in the plant, creating a grazing preference and a higher digestibility.

Shady Lawn Mix

  • Designed for full sun & partial shade, medium bladed texture & high drought resistance
  • A low maintenance lawn mix ideal for seeding around or under dense trees
  • Grows with as little as 3 hours of sunlight

Ladino Clover

  • Responsive to cool, moist conditions
  • It grows best between 50 and 85 degrees F
  • Not adapted to shallow, droughty soils.
  • High in protein digestibility
  • Heavy nitrogen fixer
  • Easy to establish and moderately winter hardy.

Medium Red Clover

  • Short-lived introduced perennial
  • Good shade tolerance
  • Primarily used for hay, silage, and soil improvement
  • Quick growing crop, easily established, and produces high quality forage
  • Used effectively as a cover crop under silage corn

Yellow Blossom Clover

  • Best used as a pasture and soil improving crop
  • Rapid growth and easy establishment
  • Excellent reclamation seed
  • Extreme range of adaptation

Alsike Clover

  • Grows well in northern latitudes and at high elevations
  • Survives severe winters and performs best where summers are cool
  • Grows well on soils that are too acidic and too wet for other clover
  • Does not tolerate droughty sites
  • Will tolerate soils that are completely waterlogged and will withstand spring flooding up to 6 weeks
  • Is not shade tolerant like red clover

Crimson Clover

  • Does well in fall growing season as well summer (in cool areas)
  • Top choice for short-rotation niches as a weed suppressing green manure
  • Commonly used for roadside vegetation, pastures, and erosion control sites
  • Deep set roots improve soil tilth and condition

White Dutch Clover

  • One of the most widely distributed legumes in the world
  • Important pasture legume
  • Highly palatable, nutritious forage for all classes of livestock
  • Commonly planted with orchardgrass, ryegrass, or tall fescue

Quad Clover

Synergy Ladino Clover: 24.29%
Germination & Hard Seed: 90% Origin: OR
Crusade White Clover: 16.20%
Germination & Hard Seed: 90% Origin: OR
Pinnacle Ladino Clover: 16.20%
Germination & Hard Seed: 90% Origin: NZ
Jumbo II Ladino Clover: 8.10%
Germination & Hard Seed: 90% Origin: OR
Coating Material: 34.00%
Other Crop Seed: 0.56%
Inert Matter: 0.59%
Weed Seeds: 0.06%
Noxious Weed Seeds: None Found

Net Weight: 50lbs
Test Date: 12/17
Manufactured By:
North Star Farm & Ag
19821 Paint Blvd.
Shippenville, PA 16254

Birdsfoot Trefoil Clover

  • Adapts well to production on poorly drained, low-pH soils
  • Yields usually are 50 to 80 percent that of alfalfa
  • Is resistant to Phytophthora root rot and numerous alfalfa insects
  • Does not cause bloat in animals