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HiGreen Official Department for Transport Grass Seed Mix (DOT)

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1KG Pack This mix meets the standards and specifications set by the Department of Transport.

This mix meets the standards and specifications set by the Department of Transport. The mix is used for road verges and will tolerate poorer quality and light soil types. The grasses will establish and knit together quickly which will stabilise loose soils on banks. These grasses are tolerant to road spray and exhaust fumes. The mix will need to be cut twice a year or as necessary.

General Specifications:

0.25 kg Dwarf Perennial Ryerass
0.20 kg Strong Creeping Red Fescue
0.30 kg Hard Fescue
0.10 kg Smooth Stalked Meadow Grass
0.10 kg Browntop Bent
0.05 kg White Clover

 

Images are for reference only and not a true representation of the product once grown.

 

 

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