Tall Fescues Varieties
Dryspell Tall Fescue Blend Product brochure
DRYSPELL tall fescue blend of three heat and drought resistant grasses combats stress and heat in two ways: First, all the plants sends out deep roots - up to 6 feet below ground!
Inferno Tall Fescue Product brochure
INFERNO was developed through a cooperative effort between the New Jersey Ag Experiment Station and Jacklin Seed by Simplot. Plots were selected based on dark color, good resistance to disease, semi-dwarf stature, high turf density, and medium maturity.
NoNet Spreading Type Tall Fescue Product brochure
Make way for Jacklin Seed’s NEW NoNet® spreading tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea). NoNet was developed over 10 years to insure that its rhizomatous spreading trait reaches the end user along with the improved turf characteristics you expect from a Jacklin variety. NoNet is aimed at eliminating the costly nylon netting used in commercial sod production of bunch-type tall fescue. Netting is a hassle for the sod producer to purchase and install and it is a hazard for sports fields where player’s cleats can catch on the net for years to come.
Pixie Turf-Type Tall Fescue Product brochure
Pixie is recommended for home lawns, parks, athletic fields and golf courses. Pixie blends well with Kentucky bluegrass in ratios of 70% to 90% tall fescue by weight. Pixie can be planted at a rate of 6 to 12 pounds per 1,000 square feet. It is best planted in the fall - at least 4 weeks before the first killing frost.
Quest Tall Fescue Product brochure
Quest's density, disease resistance, and durability make it a perfect choice for home lawns, sports fields, parks, and golf course roughs.
Other Tall Fescue Varieties
- Amigo Tall Fescue
- Arid III Tall Fescue ... NEW!
- Kentucky 31 Tall Fescue
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