Search

RYEGRASS SR4660ST

Stock Code:
SR4660ST
In Stock
General Features:
BENEFITS
Tolerates poor quality irrigation water.
High levels of viable endophyte for insect control
Fast establishment
Excellent drought tolerance
Rapid spreading tiller production for fast recovery

FEATURES
Superior seedling and mature plant salt tolerance
Excellent wear tolerance – multiple locations
Superior drought tolerance and recovery
Early spring green-up
Early turf quality
Very high resistance to Gray Leaf Spot, Brown Patch and high Red Thread resistance
Specifications:
SR 4660ST Perennial Ryegrass (SRX-4MSH) (Lolium perenne) is an attractive, leafy, endophyte-enhanced ryegrass with extremely high levels of salt tolerance. The plants used to develop SR 4660ST were irrigated with salt water during the heat of summer to select plants that
survived salinity and heat.
The range of performance of SR 4660ST makes it ideal for all perennial ryegrass uses.
SR 4660ST has demonstrated excellent traffic tolerance which makes it superior for use on sports fields as well as parks and all landscaping situations.
The spreading growth habit increases the recovery from wear.
The high summer performance due to its drought and stress tolerance and superior winter growth make it ideal for permanent wear.
The early spring green-up and cool weather growth of SR 4660ST makes it the ideal choice for a wide range of professional turf applications.
It blends well with other perennial rye grasses for golf course fairways, sports fields, sod production and home lawns. It also mixes well
with Kentucky bluegrass and fine fescues.
When blended with other perennial rye grasses or mixed with fine fescue, SR 4650 makes an ideal winter over seed for lawns and landscape, sports fields and golf courses.
Suitable For:
•Sports Fields
•Golf Fairways
•Cricket Block
•Lawns
•Landscaping
•Sod production
•Overseeding
Application:
SEEDING RATES
30 - 45gm Per square meter.
300 - 450kg Per Hectare

ESTABLISHMENT (under ideal conditions)
Germination: 3 to 7 days
First Mowing: 14 days after emergence
First Limited use: 3 weeks

Downloads