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Midnight Kentucky Bluegrass

Probably the most outstanding feature of Midnight Kentucky bluegrass is its unusually dark blue-green color giving it a rich color even under low maintenance conditions. Its high tiller density provides a thick carpet that will stand up to the abuses of athletic fields and high traffic. Sod producers and homeowners alike will enjoy Midnight's dwarf growth characteristics which result in fewer mowings and lower maintenance costs. This outstanding cultivar shows good resistance to leaf spot and stem rust, stripe smut and dollar spot. University trials have documented Midnight's heat and drought tolerance.

"Midnight" type
Very dark blue-green turf color
Dwarf growth habit
Very high tiller density
Drought tolerance
Strong overall disease resistance
Good tolerance to low mowing
Excellent choice for use in Kentucky bluegrass blends
Used by sod producers, sports turf managers, landscaping professionals, and golf course superintendents
More than 15 years of proven performance

Baron Kentucky Bluegrass

Baron is noted as one of the original dwarf type Kentucky Bluegrasses. Baron is quick to come out of the ground due to a high seedling vigor. It also has a good medium-green color and good summer quality. Excellent turf quality, Withstands low mowing, Aggressive & vigorous, Heat & drought tolerant, Medium dark green color, High tiller density

Wild Horse Kentucky Bluegrass

At a germination test-run at AgriSeed in March of 2005, Wild Horse had a 93% germination rate after 10 days compared to Moonshine at 61%, Kenblue at 58%, Sonic at 71% and Blue Angel at 57% At a test-run at Seed Technology in April 2005, Wild Horse had a 74% germination rate after 10 days while Kenblue was at 43%, Shamrock was at 33%, Famous at 42%, Abbey at 54% and Blue Angel at 9%.
Rapid germination, Medium leaf texture, Excellent disease resistance, Aggressive and vigorous, Rich color with low cuts, High tiller density

Famous Kentucky Bluegrass

Famous is an excellent choice for use in elite Kentucky bluegrass blends for sod producers, sports turf managers, landscaping professionals, golf course fairways, tees and roughs. It is also highly recommended for seed mixtures that contain improved perennial ryegrass, chewings fescue, hard fescue, sheeps fescue, strong creeping red fescue and tall fescue.

Outstanding winter hardiness with fast spring green-up
High disease resistance to leaf rust, leaf spot, fusarium patch, and snow mold
Strong wear tolerance
Performs well under low cut situations
Used by sod producers, sports turf managers, landscaping professionals, and golf course superintendents
Early spring green-up

Manhattan 5 GLR Perennial Ryegrass

Manhattan 5 GLR possesses salt tolerance, and resistance to not only stem rust, but also leaf spot. Bred to withstand attacks of Gray Leaf Spot. It's dark green color and fine texture will insure it continues to be prominent in overseeding programs and permanent turf programs across North America.

Genetically Resistant to Gray Leaf Spot Stem, Rust, and Brown Patch Reduced
Vertical Growth Rate, Exceptionally fine turf texture
Demonstrated tolerance to stresses of summer conditions
Excellent wear tolerance and improved recovery from injury
High Seedling Vigor for fast emergence and Establishment.

Exacta II GLSR Perennial Ryegrass

Exacta II GLSR (Gray Leaf Spot Resistant) Perennial Ryegrass was ranked # 1 overall of 120 varieties for Gray Leaf Spot resistance in the 2005 NTEP data. It also ranked #1 for overall turf quality and tied for #1 for turf quality under high maintenance.