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Premier Seed 100% Bent - 10kg

Premier Seed 100% Bent - 10kg
£260.00 Inc VAT £260.00 Ex VAT

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Premier Seed 100% Bent Sports Turf Mix - 10kg
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Pack Size10kg
Pack Size CoverageUp to 285m²
Contents Breakdown80% ABERROYAL Browntop Bentgrass
20% HIGHLAND Browntop Bentgrass
Spreading RateOverseeding: 35g per m² | New Sow: 70g per m²
Application Method(s)Spread by Hand, Spreader
Area of UseSports Turf
Period Of UseApril, May, June, July, August, September


Bent Grass Seed is used widely on golf and bowling greens. A 100% brown top bent grass seed (also known as common bent) mixture. Regularly used through the season for over seeding or renovation. Bent creates and exceptionally dense surface that can be mown down to heights of 4mm and below. Browntop bent seed is incredibly fine. One bag will cover around 10 times the area that a standard ryegrass/fescue mixture would cover.

Contents Breakdown

  • 80% ABERROYAL Browntop Bentgrass
  • 20% HIGHLAND Browntop Bentgrass

Key Benefits

  • Suitable in free-draining sand soils, through to more moisture-retentive soils
  • Widely used on golf and bowling greens
  • Exceptional shoot density
  • Thrives on dry and slightly moist soils
  • Capable of being mown to heights of 4mm
  • The small seeds mean that it can be sown into an existing grass expanse without significant surface disturbance

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