Avg Sowing Rate

20 g/m²

Mowing Height

10 - 35 mm

Poa pratensis Prosperity

Prosperity

  • Advantages
  • Description
  • Directions for Use
Advantages
  • Great for sports fields, fairways and tees
  • Slow growing, fine textured leaf grass
  • Low growth pattern, moderately aggressive rhizomes
  • Well balanced, compact, dark green colored turf
  • Ideal for warmer climate
  • Great resistance to leaf spot and stripe rust
Description

Prosperity is a fine textured leaf grass that is slow growing, has a low growth pattern and moderately aggressive rhizomes. It delivers a dense, well balanced and dark green turf.

It has a good shade tolerance and performs exceptionally well in warmer climates. Prosperity displays great resistance to diseases; including leaf spot and stripe rust.

Directions for Use

Establishment and maintenance
For best turf results, seed in early fall or spring at 10 – 15 gr/m2. Make sure to keep seedbed moist throughout germination and establishment.

Germination will begin within 14 – 21 days during optimal temperatures (12° - 26°C). Full coverage will take approximately 8 – 10 weeks. Before cutting for the first time, make sure the turf has reached at least 5cm.

Established maintenance
Best results occur when fertilized at an annual rate of 15 – 20 gr/m2 of Nitrogen. Irregular irrigation patterns are recommended. In absence of rain, make sure to irrigate lightly and frequently. ICL recommends a cutting height of 12 – 50mm.

Prosperity is a Kentucky Bluegrass and ideal for sports fields, fairways and tees. It is part of ICL’ Low grow, Drought, and Wear tolerance programs.

 

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