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Best, cheapest place to buy grass seed mix.

 
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I am in the market for a winter mix as well as a summer mix. zone 7b, s.e. Oklahoma, we are lumped in with Arkansas and far north east Tx.

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Hi Randy,

Try local feed stores. Even if they don't carry grass seed mixes (and they most likely do), they should be able to tell you where else you can buy it. If all else fails there's always the internet.
 
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Yes, internet is good, But I prefer to get recommendations first. I try to spend my money with those that earn it.
Otherwise I'll just go with what is most convenient. Thanks for the tip on the feed stores.
 
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