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HiGreen Traditional Bowling Green Mix

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£7.80 £7.80
1KG Pack A premium grass seed blend for bowling and putting greens that produce fine and dense true playing surfaces.

This traditional bowling green grass mix will provide a superb fine grass surface for either a bowling or putting green. Its establishment is rapid and it will keep a superb colour throughout the year. Using 50kg will cover the whole area if sowing at a seed rate of 35grams per square metre. Other sports amenity grass seed mixes available upon request such as cricket pitches, golf green/ fairway etc.

General Specifications

0.20 kg Browntop Bent
0.40 kg Chewings Fescue
0.40 kg Slender Creeping Red Fescue



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