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Check the actual seed content before you buy. Scotts and Pennington might only have 10% seed and 90% coating. Make sure you break the soil and add starter fertilizer when seeding. Happy landscaping.
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39% rate this 1/5 or 2/5 on Amazon and the reviews on HD are about the same.
Here is a response from Scotts that may be helpful:

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April 27, 2018
"We are sorry to hear that your Turf Builder Heat Tolerant Blue Seed Mix has not germinated as expected. If temperatures fall outside the range of 60-90 degrees, fluctuate, or fall below 40 at night, this seed may take longer to germinate, or may not germinate at all. It's also important to water this seed lightly twice per day to keep it moist until it germinates. We want you to be confident in our products. For this reason, we offer a product guarantee to our consumers. At your earliest convenience, please call us and refer to your review to see what can be done. Our phone number is 877-220-3089." Scotts
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can this be applied for new lawn or for patches?
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Getting 90 degree great in socal now. Good idea to seed dead patches in the lawn now?
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Need to do some patching and overseed this fall. Thanks OP!
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Getting 90 degree great in socal now. Good idea to seed dead patches in the lawn now?
I always seed/overseed in the fall with success.
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Getting 90 degree great in socal now. Good idea to seed dead patches in the lawn now?
Usually best in spring or fall when it rains heavily so it does the work for you. I usually overseed /aerate around the same time every other spring.
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Reviews aren't the greatest - looks like some folks have had trouble due to receiving old stock (i.e. the seed is past its expiration date).
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Reviews aren't the greatest - looks like some folks have had trouble due to receiving old stock (i.e. the seed is past its expiration date).
Amazon has been pretty good about replacing past exp. items in the past for me.
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Review: "Not Much Bluegrass is in this Bluegrass Mix".

So?
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Nice seed, reseeded my entire front yard around the first of May and this is half price
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39% rate this 1/5 or 2/5 on Amazon and the reviews on HD are about the same.
Here is a response from Scotts that may be helpful:

Response from ScottsCustomerCare
April 27, 2018
"We are sorry to hear that your Turf Builder Heat Tolerant Blue Seed Mix has not germinated as expected. If temperatures fall outside the range of 60-90 degrees, fluctuate, or fall below 40 at night, this seed may take longer to germinate, or may not germinate at all. It's also important to water this seed lightly twice per day to keep it moist until it germinates. We want you to be confident in our products. For this reason, we offer a product guarantee to our consumers. At your earliest convenience, please call us and refer to your review to see what can be done. Our phone number is 877-220-3089." Scotts
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Getting 90 degree great in socal now. Good idea to seed dead patches in the lawn now?
Water the hell out of it an you'll be fine.
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Check the actual seed content before you buy. Scotts and Pennington might only have 10% seed and 90% coating. Make sure you break the soil and add starter fertilizer when seeding. Happy landscaping.
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Review: "Not Much Bluegrass is in this Bluegrass Mix".

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Bluegrass seed is more expensive and most of the time preferred over fescue, even though fescue is still very good. It is common for bluegrass blends to have some what of a small percentage of bluegrass seed, probably for cost reason.
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