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Old 08-21-2014, 09:51 PM
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Anyone heard of this seed blend? Sentinel AT?

I've used lesco /John Deere Landscapes Transition blend the past few years, with really good results. I hate to switch, but this is what my fert supplier has this year. http://www.columbiaseeds.com/images/...el_AT_2013.pdf Not a big price difference from the JDL seed, but i'm afraid to try something different.... The last time I did that i had bad results. So, just thought somebody else may be able to comment on this blend? Thanks.
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Old 08-21-2014, 10:54 PM
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It sounds fine to me. At least they have the courage to mention the NTEP.com trials and the website for full performance information.
Make sure it is fresh seed, tested in the last 6 months. Weed seed less than 1 percent. Other crop--near zero.
A few of the varieties are listed in the ntep trials.
http://ntep.org/reports/tf12/tf12_14-1/tf12_14-1.htm
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