Turfgrass Mixes and Blends

Seven Cities Sod Bluegrass Blend is a blend of aggressive type Kentucky bluegrasses perfect for sod growers and their customers. The rapid recovery of these varieties helps damaged areas regenerate and fill in quickly. 

Storm Water Contractor Mix adapts well to a wide of turf applications. It is a good mix for lawns, cemeteries, construction sites and subdivision boulevards where a more low-maintenance "sod-forming" stand is desired.

Storm Water Rapid Rye Blend is the ultimate blend for golf courses as well as parks cemeteries, home lawns and sports fields where 100% ryegrass is used. All varieties rank high in their resistance to Grey Leaf Spot as well as their overall turf quality, dark green color, more...

Storm Water Erosion Control Mixture is great for stabilizing soil on disturbed sites to meet NPDES requirements until permanent seeding is done.

Storm Water Super Shade is a versatile blend of fine fescues. It performs admirably in medium to dense shaded areas, however, will do very well in low maintenance environmentally sensitive areas. Areas include home lawns, parks, reclamation, more...

Storm Water Super Shade is a versatile blend of fine fescues. It performs admirably in medium to dense shaded areas, however, will do very well in low maintenance environmentally sensitive areas.

Storm Water Subdivision mixture of coarse-leafed type grasses is designed to be used on development property as semi-permanent ground cover soil stabilization and to limit weed growth.

Storm Water Trifecta Mix is a good quality Kentucky Bluegrass/Creeping Red Fescue/Perennial Ryegrass mixture that will adapt to a wide range of turf applications. This mix adapts well to sun and/or shade environments and does very well in all types of soil conditions. Use in parks, home lawns, commercial sites or anywhere a low-maintenance turf is desired.

Contact Us
1000 characters left

Did You Know?

The City of Clinton decided to go with the IA-DOT Rural Seed Mixture for this project and use a double net straw blanket as the mulch cover. The contractor decided to use the 16’ wide “highway rolls” for this project because of the long, open area that was to be done, as well as the increased productivity and shorter installation time that the bigger rolls provide.  Our  ECB roll-out attachment was utilized to help with the installation of the 16’ x 450’ rolls of straw blanket. The roll-out device can be used with a tractor or a skid loader and can be configured on sight to handle 8’ and 16’ wide rolls.
  • photo 2
  • photo 3
  • photo
Our Address:12100 210th Street
Davenport, IA, USA 20806

Hours of Operation:
Mon. to Fri. 7:30am to 5pm

1800 Dixon, Suite C
Des Moines, IA, USA 50316