Masterline PM25R Slow Grow Plus Seed

Masterline PM25R Slow Grow Plus Seed

Suitable for golf roughs, dry impoverished soils and embankments.


Masterline PM25R Slow Grow Plus Seed

This mix is naturally low growing and attractive due to the combination of fine grass species selected. Masterline PM25R Slow Grow Plus Seed includes a tetraploid perennial rye-grass to facilitate faster establishment in comparison to the standard Masterline low maintenance mixture. The tetraploid cultivar has an open habit which allows the finer grasses to establish. The sward produced is very tolerant of dry infertile conditions, reducing the need for applications of water and fertiliser. The rhizomatous species in the mix help to stabilise poor soils and embankments while the crested dogstail ensures fast germination and green up of the sward.

Mixture Composition

15Double 4Turf Tetraploid Perennial Rye
10SamantaSlender Creeping Red Fescue
40MaximaStrong Creeping Red Fescue
20BornitoHard Fescue
10-Crested Dogstail
5HighlandBrowntop Bent
All cultivars chosen in this mixture are independently tested and rated for performance by the Sports Turf Research Institute.

*Cultivars are subject to availability, and may differ from that listed.

Masterline PM25R Slow Grow Plus Seed Features

  • Low maintenance mixture
  • GroMax treated
  • Rapid establishment
  • Improved drought tolerance

Directions for Use

Sowing Rate (g/m2) Overseeding Rate (g/m2) Mowing Height (mm)
25 - 50 15 - 25 20

Sowing Guidance

  • Prepare the surface before sowing ensuring that:
    • Stones & weeds are removed.
    • There is sufficient drainage.
    • The surface is level and firm.
    • The surface is moist.
  • Sow the seeds evenly, using the correct sowing rate to a depth of approximately 10 mm.
  • Ensure that the surface remanins moist for at least 2 - 3 weeks.
  • Make the first cut when the grass is 5 - 6 cm tall and tillering has started.

Overseeding Guidance

  • Prepare the existing turf by removing excess thatch and limiting irrigation and fertilisation.
  • Apply using the correct overseeding rate.
  • For best results use a disc seeder or a studded seed roller.

Disclaimer: Occasionally shortages of some varieties may occur, therefore we reserve the right to replace unavailable varieties with a suitable alternative. Any alteration to the mixture will be clearly shown on the bag label. Our standard terms and conditions of sale apply. For further information regarding this, please contact our technical sales team on +44 (0)1902 440250.