Golf Fairway & Cricket Outfield
A non ryegrass mixture that contains fescues and bentgrass. These bind the turf together with their creeping growth habit. They also have the ability to repair themselves once damaged and will require less frequent mowing than ryegrass based mixtures.
|Contents per Kg||%||kg|
|certified slender creeping red fescue||20.0||0.20|
|certified red fescue||40.0||0.40|
|certified creeping red fescue||30.0||0.30|
|certified common bentgrass||10.0||0.10|
Creeping Red Fescue
Often known as Strong Red Fescue, this common grass, as its name implies, has creeping rhizomes . It has a more vigorous creeping habit than some similar species which can help to create a dense, hardwearing turf or sward. These shallow creeping roots help it to remain green even in drier soils.
Red Fescue / Chewings Fescue
Also known as chewings fescue, this is a fine leaved, tufted grass. It is distinguished from creeping red fescue by its absence of creeping rhizomes. It remains dark green throughout most of the season.
Slender Creeping Red Fescue
This densely tufted or mat forming species has a creeping growth habit, sending out rhizomes. It can form a close turf with bristle like, dark green, glossy leaves. It has uses in agricultural and amenity situations.