A Premier mixture incorporating both slender creeping & chewings fescue for improved colour and disease-resistance.
Premier Bowls & Golf Greens Grass Seed will produce an exceptional high-quality and fine-leaved lawn. Suitable for Golf Tees and bowling Greens.
The mix has an excellent tolerance to close mowing with a compact tight turf sward. The tight sward and shoot density give an excellent resistance to disease.
Will produce an exceptional high-quality and fine-leaved lawn
Tolerates mowing down to 5mm
Produces a compact tight turf sward
The tight sward and shoot density give an excellent resistance to disease
Use on Golf or Bowling Greens
Apply by hand or use a spreader for even coverage
Do not treat for weeds until grass is 6 months old
Treat regularly with fertiliser to maintain a healthy sward
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