A blend of high density, wear-tolerant perennial ryegrass for a uniform, resistant surface under close mowing. This mixture also provides excellent root penetration, particularly at wicket ends and baselines.
A mixture designed to give rapid establishment with extreme wear tolerance and recovery.
This mixture ideal for cricket wickets, golf tees and tennis courts.
50% PASSION Perennial Ryegrass
50% ESQUIRE Perennial Ryegrass
Quick to establish
High shoot density for a true playing surface
Suitable for cricket lawns and tennis courts
A uniform, resistant surface under close mowing
Use on Cricket Lawns or Tennis Courts
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
Cut with a good cylinder mower with roller for a perfect striped finish
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