Creeping Bentgrass Blend
Creeping Bentgrass is a cool-season, ﬁne textured, stoloniferous (spreading) perennial grass that originated in Western Europe. It is well adapted to cool, humid regions. It is the primary cool-season grass for use on golf course puting greens and tees. Domi-nant Plus Creeping Bentgrass Blend is a reliable blend of beauty, functionality and durability for greens, tees and fairways. Domi-nant Plus combines three bentgrass varieties selected for moderate maintenance requirements. Dominant Plus has broad genetic diversity, superior adaptability and proven performance. Planting a blend of these advanced bentgrasses will signiﬁcantly improve the quality of any turf stand. Dominant Plus combines selected versatile varieties to create a turf with a broad genetic base. This broad base will provide a sur-face with increased resistance to Brown Patch, Dollar Sport, Pythium, and most environmental stresses. All are vigorous, ﬁne tex-tured with medium high shoot densies, and have a dark green color. This results in a surface that is easier to maintain and keep in ideal conditions without the high intensity maintenance of other varieties.
- Withstands extreme heat, cold and humidity
- Dark green, dense and upright
- Excellent disease resistance
- Good salt tolerance
- Smooth, fast putting surface at any height
- Early spring green up and winter active growth
- Ease of maintenance
- Wide area of adaptation
UsesDominant Plus™ is an excellent choice on golf courses and other uses such as:
* Putting Greens * Tees * Fairways * Lawn Bowling Greens * Turf Tennis Courts
Seeding RatesNew turf: 1-2 pounds per 1,000 square feet. Overseeding existing turf: 2-3 pounds per 1,000 square feet.
EstablishmentEmergence: 3-5 days under optimum temperature range between 68-86 degrees, longer under cooler temperatures. First mowing approximately 21 days after emergence (may be longer under cooler temperatures). First limited use approximately 6-8 weeks after emergence.
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