Tall Fescue (Festuca Arundinacea)

A plant which is very resistant to heat and droughts given its extensive root system, adapted to a wide range of climatic conditions, of a medium texture; it should be sown thinly so it does not become too thick. Ideal for gardens and sports areas of medium-low maintenance as well as rough areas in golf courses. Sown on its own or with other species.

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  • With rhizomes with high capacity for self-regeneration.
  • Indicated for: gardens and rough golf courses.
  • Resistant to: diseases such as “Brown patch”.
  • Maintenance: medium-low.
  • Dosage: 40 gr/m2
  • Special features: mix well with 5 to 10 percent Kentucky or Texas bluegrass.
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4th Millenium

  • New generation. Rapid establishment, rhizomes with high self-repairing capacity, good shade performance.
    Indicated for: gardens and rough golf courses.
  • Resistant to: drought, shade, wear by traffic and diseases such as “Brown Patch”.
  • Maintenance: medium-low.
  • Dosage: 40 gr/m2
  • Special features: Fine leaf texture. Ideal for the preparation of tepes.

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  • Intense dark green color, very resistant root system.
  • Indicated for: gardens and rough golf courses.
  • Resistant to: drought, shade, wear by traffic and diseases such as “Brown Patch”.
  • Maintenance: medium-low.
  • Dosage: 30-45 gr/m2
  • Special features: Fine leaf texture. Ideal for the preparation of tepes.

Jamboree

  • Intense dark green color and very fast stablishment. Included in the NTEP USA.
  • Indicated for: sport use and gardens.
  • Resistant to: diseases such as “Brown Patch”, leaf spot and Microdochium patch.

Other varieties:

TITANIUM, TITANIUM LS, BONSAI, BRAVEHEART, ROWDY.