Seed/Sod

Our seed selection is very extensive and covers a complete line of vegetable seed, grass seeds, forage seed, deer plot seeds, and custom made mixes.  These are sold by the pound and in pre-measured bags.

11 Responses to Seed/Sod

  • Mike Waller says:

    I am wanting to plant warm weather food plots for my deer this spring and I am looking for what the best things to plant are. I am currently considering Red clover and cowpeas. I am also wondering how much Lime and fertilizer would go well with these choices. I am only planting about 5 acres.
    Thank you,
    Mike

  • Gordon Alexander says:

    I have a 250′ x 200 ‘ area that I want to grow grass on.

    1. How much seed and hay will I need?

    a. How much will it cost if I use St. Augustine?
    b. How much will it cost if I use Burmuda?

    2. How much will it cost to sod 50000 sq ft?
    a. St. Augustine:
    b. Burmuda:

    Thanks!

  • monica says:

    Bermuda seed is rated at 2-3lbs per 1,000 square feet for new planting and .5-1lb per 1,000 square feet for repair. The cost of Bermuda seed has sky rocketed over the past 2-3 years, and it ranges between $5.00 – $10.00 per pound. We have new seed coming in this year and are not quiet sure what the selling prices will be. Bermuda is a warm season grass, and is not planted until the temperature stays above 65 degrees F at night in our area. So you would need 3 each 50lb bags for new planting and no more than 1 50lb bag for repair. Bermuda sod would cost $85.00 pallet and require 111 pallets. There is 450 square feet per pallet.
    Total Sod Cost – roughly $9000.00
    Total seed and straw – $1000.00

    Sod can be installed immediately and provide erosion control, and seed will require waiting for approximately three months.

    If you need more information, let me know.

    Thanks
    Monica Clark

  • monica says:

    We carry 3 different types of mixes containing red clover and cowpeas. Come by the store and we can give you a complete list of ingredients and prices.

    Thanks
    Monica

  • monica says:

    P.S.
    We blend these at our mill here in Huntsville with fresh ingredients. We also have all the lime and fertilizers to go with the plot mixes.

    Thanks

  • Kandace Moore says:

    My mother-in-law always bought her green bean seeds from you. I believe the variety was mccandlish or mccandless. Do you have any pole bean seeds of a similar name? I am not sure of spelling. Thank you for checking.

  • ron duncan says:

    We have just cleared a lot behind our church. We have some shade trees, 1 1/2 ac to 2 ac. close to 65000 sq.ft. It has been suggested that we need to use a mix of 30% creeping red fescue,25% hard fescue,20%chewing fescue,15%slender creeping fescue,10% sheep fescue. Do you mix all of these, if so what is the cost per 50 to 100lb bags. We would be very interested in your suggestings on a shady hard to grow. Would pictures help?

  • Adam Sawyer says:

    Do you have St. Augustine sod or plugs available for purchase? Or can it be ordered?

    Thank you.

  • monica says:

    No sorry, we have a sod farm and we grow and sell Bermuda, Zoysia, and Fescue. Bermuda is $1.25 per square or $85.00 per pallet (450 square feet per pallet), Fescue is $100.00 per pallet and Zoysia is $190 per pallet. We do sell the St. Augustine seed, but I do not have a current price, I will check and update you.

    Thanks
    Monica

  • monica says:

    Yes we do have a Garvin’s Shady mix the runs about $85 per 50lb bag. Please feel free to give us a call and ask for Dennis or Matt 256-534-5637. To cover the square footage listed above would require 160 lbs per acre. The sheep fescue and slender creeping fescue are very similar to the hard fescue, but I am sure we can blend what you need. Going with your specific blend may increase cost to $100-$125 per bag, but we do not have all the current cost on the fescues for this year, just the standard Kentucky 31, etc.

    Thanks
    Monica Clark

  • monica says:

    We have a Mezcla pole lima bean that is dark green leaves with flat pods 3-5″ matures in 120 days. We also have half runner, and other pole beans.

    Thanks
    Monica

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