- 50 lb. bag or by the lb.
This is one of the toughest and most wearable turf covers that can be grown.
Ryegrass is noted for quick germination, shiny green color, fine texture (newer turf type varieties) and dense forming sod. High disease and insect resistance helps to make perennial ryegrass one of the leading choices for lawn and athletic covers in north America. Used as permanent turfs and in overseeding warm season grasses while they are in winter dormancy.
Perennial is also mixed with other cool season grassesem> to provide more density to the dominate grass in the mixture. Perennial ryegrass is often added to Kentucky bluegrass to add strength and give bluegrass time to repair while the perennial is in full growth. These two grass species can be mown at the same height and retain a sod density for which both are well known. Although bluegrass needs more fertilizer, the perennial will respond to additional amounts without any damage