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Sustainable Vegetation Starts With The Seed

All Vegetator® seed mix varieties are carefully selected to allow your site to maintain an ecological balance. Most projects are doomed from the start due to poor seed selection. The Vegetator® contains a small and appropriate percentage of seasonal annuals which germinate quickly and stabilize the site. Next the cool season and warm season perennials will thrive creating a permanent vegetative cover. Finally the deep rooted native species and legumes will establish and create an ecosystem which will stand the test of time without the continued need of site maintenance and fertilizations.

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TWO DISTINCT FORMULAS FOR GREATER RESULTS

Warm Cool

Pre-formulated for successful establishment using mixtures designed for warm or cool climates

VEGETATOR SEED MIXES OUTPERFORM THE COMPETITION FOR PERMANENT EROSION CONTROL

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Enhanced Seed

  • Faster Establishment
  • Increased Seed Surface Area
  • Improved Ballistics
  • Water Holding Ability
  • Nutrient Package
  • *Giving Mother Nature a Helping Hand*
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Raw Seed

  • Slower to Establish
  • Harder to Control Moisture Needs for Germination
  • Segregation & Difficult Ballistics with Sizing Variance of Mixture
What Is Enhanced Seed Technology?
Vegetator Erosion Control
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Vegetator Benefits

  • Preformulated for Success
  • Diverse Species Lineup – Sustainable
  • Works well in a wide range of applications
  • Seed rates based on plants per acre
  • $3.36/lb (Contractor Pricing)
  • $336.00/Acre (Seeding Rate of 100lbs/Acre)

Contractor Mix

  • Contractors General Purpose Mix
  • Limited Species – Geared more towards turf
  • Narrow ranges of use
  • High seeding rates needed
  • $1.50/lb estimated market price (Contractor Pricing)
  • $375.00/Acre (Seeding Rate of 250lbs/Acre)
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Vegetator

Vegetator Benefits

  • Preformulated for Success
  • Diverse Species Lineup – Sustainable
  • Works well in a wide range of applications
  • Seed rates based on plants per acre
  • $3.36/lb (Contractor Pricing)
  • $336.00/Acre (Seeding Rate of 100lbs/Acre)
VS
Contractor

Contractor Mix

  • Contractors General Purpose Mix
  • Limited Species – Geared more towards turf
  • Narrow ranges of use
  • High seeding rates needed
  • $1.50/lb estimated market price (Contractor Pricing)
  • $375.00/Acre (Seeding Rate of 250lbs/Acre)

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Summitseed Thevegetator

SUSTAINABLE VEGETATION STARTS WITH THE SEED

All Vegetator®️ seed mix varieties are carefully selected to allow your site to maintain an ecological balance. Most projects are doomed from the start due to poor seed selection. The Vegetator®️ contains a small and appropriate percentage of seasonal annuals which germinate quickly and stabilize the site. Next the cool season and warm season perennials will thrive creating a permanent vegetative cover. Finally the deep rooted native species and legumes will establish and create an ecosystem which will stand the test of time without the continued need of site maintenance and fertilization’s.

Color Guide
Species Varieties Attributes 1 Yrs 2 Yrs 3 Yrs 4 Yrs 5 Yrs >
Crested Hycrest II Very drought tolerant, slower to established, long lived perennial grass. Very hardy grass, will compete with noxious weeds, good early season forage.
Tall Fescue Fawn Very drought tolerant, slower to established, long lived perennial. Good forage grass.
Tetraploid Ryegrass Prana Very drought tolerant, slower to established, long lived perennial, good forage grass.
Alkaligrass Fults II Alkali tolerant grass, good forage.
Timothy Climax Very salt tolerant, quick germinating
Paspalum Pure Dynasty Drought tolerant, good forage with soft leaves, excellent heat tolerance
Bermudagrass Chilly Verde Good forage grass in wetter areas.
White Clover Dutch Pollinator species, good forage.
Crimson Clover Common Pollinator species, good forage, good nitrogen fixing plant.
Yellow Blossom SC Common Pollinator species, good forage, adapts well to most climates
Radish Daikon Cover crop species, tap root help remediate compacted soils.
Canola Common Cover crop species, produces good biomass.
Hairy Vetch Common Cover crop species, nitrogen fixing legume.
Buckwheat Common Cover Crop species, produces good biomass.
Triticale TriCal 718 Erosion control species, quick germinating plant, establishes roots quickly to hold soils.
Millet German Erosion control species, quick germinating plant, establishes roots quickly to hold soils.

Seeding Rates

Drilling Seeding – 50-100lbs/acre (56 – 112 kg/ha)

Hydro Seeding – 100-150lbs/acre (112 – 168 kg/ha)

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Warm & Cool Season Cultivar Substitutions may be required dependent on availability

Color Guide