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Is Bewitched Seed the Same Regardless of Vendor?

Is Bewitched Seed the Same Regardless of Vendor?

Post by Michael303 » Mon Jun 17, 2019 3:54 pm

Re: Is Bewitched Seed the Same Regardless of Vendor?

Post by g-man » Mon Jun 17, 2019 6:12 pm

I was talking to @wardconnor about this today.

Certified seed (blue tag) – means that you are getting that seed (eg. Bewitched).

Sod quality seed (gold tag) – means that it is that seed and the weed (POA t or POA a or TTTF) is really low.

Seed super store has this description. They list that certified, 2500 seeds are looked at (

1g) vs 25g (62, 500 seeds). By looking at more, the confidence in the weed content increases.
https://www.seedsuperstore.com/sod-quality-seed

But I would like to add some practical thoughts too. I would guess that a seed farmer/producer will not spend the money in sod quality testing with a high risk of failing. They know what areas of the fields are doing good and which ones have weeds. They will send the really good to sod quality testing and the ok ones to certified and the no so good to be mixed. This is pure conjecture and assumption.

The cost savings of certified vs sod quality will depend on how much you dislike POA t.

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