Selecting the correct grass seed for airfields is business critical and therefore extremely important. One of the biggest dangers in the aviation industry is birds striking aircraft.
Premier Airfield grass seed mixture is designed to be sown around airfields, and maintained at the height of 150mm, as per a ‘Long Grass Management’ programme, thereby deterring birds from landing around the runway. The mix benefits from varieties of grass that promote upright growth making it difficult for birds to land.
70% Tall Fescue
5% Perennial Ryegrass
For areas around airport runways
Creates an unfavourable habitat for birds
Stiff, upright growth habit deters birds from landing
Very persistent and tolerant of harsh conditions
Designed to be used as part of a ‘Long Grass Management’ programme
If possible, do not treat for weeds until grass is older than 6 months old
How much Premier Seed Airfield Mix - 20kg will you need?
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