Gro-Pro Turf-Type Tall Fescue

New for 2023, Gro-Pro has the breeding background and performance to match the demands of today’s professional turf applicators, boasting exceptional disease resistance and solid turfgrass performance.

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Seed With Confidence

Gro-Pro delivers excellent color, uniform stand, tolerance to traffic and shade, and medium-fine leaf texture. Its broad performance spectrum makes it an ideal candidate for blending with other tall fescues as well as mixing with other cool season species.

Gro-Pro is a recommended variety in Virginia and Maryland.

Tough Enough For the South

Data from the 2018-22 National Turfgrass Evaluation Program (NTEP) shows that Gro-Pro can handle the hot humid climates of Northern Mississippi and North Georgia, as well as similar areas.

Gro-Pro Turf-Type Tall Fescue at University of Georgia trial

Gro-Pro in University of Georgia turf trials.

Solid Disease Resistance

Many older tall fescues suffer from susceptibility to patch diseases which can cause unsightly thinning and lead to extensive weed infiltration. Not so with Gro-Pro. Extensive breeding work has provided Gro-Pro with the genetics to naturally combat brown patch, Pythium, pink snow mold and other diseases.

Gro-Pro Turf-Type Tall Fescue at University of Nebraska trial

Gro-Pro in University of Nebraska turf trials.

Gro-Pro Turf-Type Tall Fescue

Gro-Pro in Raleigh, NC.

Enhance Your Seed

We provide an array of seed enhancements, including bio stimulants, macro and micronutrients, water absorbents, fungicides, and colorants. These are available for all seed types and uses.

Coated tall fescue seeds

Planting Instructions

For ideal turf, plant Gro-Pro on fertile, neutral pH soils during the cooler seasons of the year, such as spring and fall. If needing to plant during other times, plan on additional overseeding.

Seeding Rate

New Lawns
7-10 lbs/1000 sqft
4-6 lbs/1000 sqft

Planting Dates

Spring and early fall

Planting Map

Planting Depth


Optimal pH



7-14 days

Mowing Height