Kentucky Bluegrass Seed

Kentucky Bluegrass Seed – Likely the most exceptional element of Midnight Kentucky Bluegrass is its uncommonly dim blue-green shading, making it the darkest bluegrass accessible. Its high tiller thickness gives a thick cover that will confront the misuse of high movement related with parks and athletic fields. Sod makers and property holders make the most of Midnight’s diminutive person development attributes, which result in less mowings and lessened upkeep costs. In late college trials, this cultivar has demonstrated great protection from Leaf Spot, Stem Rust, Stripe Muck sods st. john’s and Dollar Spot, and in addition great warmth and dry spell resistance.

**May be substituted for Stone Kentucky Bluegrass

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Qualities:

• An Extremely Dull Blue-Green Shading

• Smaller person Development Propensity

• Solid General Ailment Protection

• High Tiller Thickness

• High Dry season Resistance

• Great Resilience to Close Cutting

Prescribed Utilize: Greens (Fairways, Tees and Roughs), Sod Ranches, Athletic Fields, Stops and Home Gardens

Foundation and Upkeep: Midnight, similar to all bluegrasses, requires 2 – 3 weeks for finish germination. Shading might be seen before that time; however in great developing climate where soil temperatures are over 65º F (18º C), anticipate that 8 will 10 weeks for a total remain of grass. The principal cutting might be normal in around a month and a half. Midnight has great cutting characteristics and can be kept up at a cutting tallness running from 1/2 inch to 2 inches (12 – 50 mm). Midnight does well in sand or substantial mud soils, and like all bluegrasses, performs best in soils with a pH of 5.5 to 8. Three to five pounds N for each 1,000 square feet for each year is sufficient in many zones of the Unified States. In any case, in light of Midnight’s dull hereditary shading, bring down compost rates will create a worthy shading.

Seeding Rates:

Sod Ranches, Golf Fairways: 100 lbs for each acre(112 kgs/hectare)

Athletic Fields, Parks: 80 – 100 lbs for every section of land (90 – 112 kgs/hectare)

Golf Tees, Home Yards: 2 – 3 lbs for each 1000 sq. ft. (1 – 11/2 kg/sq meter)

Plant Raiser: Dr. William Meyer – Unadulterated Seed Testing, Inc.

Test Assignment: PST-1528T

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