Warm-Season Grass

Riviera                                                                 

(Sowing rate: 0.5 – 1kg/100m2)      

Riviera is a high end, dense, fine leaf couch. It has superior turf quality, excellent winter hardiness, drought tolerance, good spring green up and colour. Riviera is the best seeded couch available and performed very well against vegetative varieties in ANTEP trials 2011-2012.

 

Maya                                                                 

(Sowing rate: 0.5 – 1kg/100m2

Rated one of the top varieties in the independent NTEP trials. Maya is a new variety of seeded bermudagrass from Heritage Seeds. In the NTEP (National Turfgrass Evaluation Program) trial (2007 - 2012) Maya scored exceptionally well for improved turf performance, disease resistance, excellent colour and leaf texture. Being a seeded variety Maya will establish into a superior bermudagrass turf and has a wide range of adaptation.

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Transcontinental                                            

(Sowing rate: 1kg/100m2

Transcontinental represents a new generation of improved turf quality, colour and performance. With improved cold tolerance for winter survival, it has been used in the ACT in a full golf course fairway conversion (Gold Creek) with great success.

 

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Bargusto

(Sowing rate: 1kg per 100m2)

Bargusto is a new Bermudagrass variety recently released from Barenbrug’s Warm Season Turfgrass Breeding Program. Bargusto exhibits high summer turf quality with excellent early spring growth. Uniform leaf texture and its ability to establish very quickly, makes it an ideal choice for a number of applications including home lawns, sports fields and reclamation requirements.

 

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Kikuyu                                                                 

(Sowing rate: 0.5 – 1kg/100m2)      

Turf type Whittet kikuyu is a persistent warm season grass. Whittet is a vigorous spreading grass that will retain its green colour in the absence of heavy frosts.