SOURCE: Hancock Seed Company

Hancock Seed Company

December 29, 2010 06:00 ET

Hancock Seed Company Announces Release of New Centipede Grass Seed

Centipede Seed Provides a Premium Lawn Grass With Little Homeowner Effort

DADE CITY, FL--(Marketwire - December 29, 2010) - Hancock Seed Company has announced the addition of a Centipede Grass Seed to their product line. The Centipede Grass Seed is a non-coated, raw seed that produces a premium lawn grass.

"Centipede is an excellent choice for home lawns in the Southern States and Coastal Regions. This unique species of grass provides a durable yet elegant lawn that requires little to no mowing, watering, chemical fertilizers or pesticides to maintain," Chris Hancock, Vice President of Hancock Seed Company said.

Centipede Grass Seed is known for lawn applications due to its low growing or crawling characteristics that decrease mowing requirements. The varieties of Centipede Lawn Grass Seed require little to no chemical treatments, allowing the seed to grow well in poor soils, full sun or partial shade with little maintenance or fertilization.

"The Centipede Grass Seed is a great investment for homeowners, because there is little care needed to produce a full, healthy lawn grass seed," Chris Hancock, Vice President of Hancock Seed Company said. "The planting season is widespread as well with a planting time from March through July."

To learn more about Hancock Seed Company and how to properly plant and fertilize a Centipede Lawn, visit them at http://www.hancockseed.com.

About Hancock Seed Company: Hancock Seed Company is a world-class provider of high quality, customized seed products. Founded on a family farm in 1978 in Dade City, FL, Hancock Seed has grown, harvested, processed and packaged their primary products in their own facilities. They were the first to introduce no till products into the market in the 1990's. Hancock Seed's service and support team is committed to prompt and personalized efforts to meet every customer's unique circumstance.

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