Something Cool For The Lawn -

Something Cool For The Lawn

       It's not too early to think about spring.  And if you need something to help you to look forward to spring consider this.  Growing the same grass that is in Busch Stadium's outfield.

       The seed and fertilzer from Scott's is due to hit garden stores around March.  It was developed with the Cardinals head groundskeeper.  I was told by a rep from Scott's that it should sell for about 8 dollars more than their premium seed.  But you get to have Busch Stadium grass in your backyard.  Or Wrigley Field grass if your in Illinois.

      Here's some of the press release from MLB:

 Fans will now be able to purchase grass seed blends and fertilizers featured in some of the most iconic Major League ballparks. These products, designed by Scotts in consultation with the head groundskeeper at each ballpark, utilize the same Scotts varieties and technology used on the fields. Grass seed blends and fertilizers will debut in 2010 for fans of the Boston Red Sox (Fenway Park), Chicago Cubs (Wrigley Field), Cincinnati Reds (Great American Ballpark), Philadelphia Phillies (Citizens Bank Park) and St. Louis Cardinals (Busch Stadium).  Other future club-specific products are in development.

“The grass on the field of play is part of the very foundation of baseball, so this deal with Scotts, the worldwide leader in lawn care, is a natural fit for Major League Baseball,” said Tim Brosnan, Executive Vice President, Business, Major League Baseball.  “Now with the help of Scotts, our fans can challenge their local Clubs for the title of who has the ‘best lawn in the neighborhood


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