Bermuda grass is a persistent and self-repairing warm-season grass with a high heat and drought tolerance.
Browntop bent has a high shoot density and is used on golf greens in mixtures with red fescue for low input purposes.
High recuperative capacity and high shoot density makes creeping bent ideal for golf greens and lawn mixtures.
Poa reptans is a perennial subspecie of Poa annua with a fast germination and rhizome development. It can crowd out Poa annua due to combative growth.
Hard fescue is one of the grasses with the lowest input requirements and a very high adaptation to drought, heat and winter hardiness.
Nitrogen fixating microclover is a specialty from DLF. It mixes well with turfgrass and keeps the lawn green and healthy with low inputs.
Perennial ryegrass is fast establishing with high persistence and wear tolerance. Suitable for most soil types and popular in sports and lawn mix.
Perennial ryegrass 4turf®/Quick Action®
4turf®/Quick Action® is the turf type of tetraploid Perennial ryegrass with fast germination and unique stress tolerance towards drought and diseases.
Red fescue - Chewings fescue
This type is fine leaved, dense, rhizome free and tolerates several types of stress such as drought, winter and low input.
Red fescue - Slender creeping
This type is fine leaved, dense, with short rhizome and tolerates different types of stress such as drought, salt and low mowing.
Red fescue - Strong creeping
This type is fine leaved, dense, with strong and long rhizomes, tolerating different types of stress. It has a high recuperative capability.
Rhough-stalked meadow-grass is shade tolerant, thrives in humid conditions and can be used for overseeding warm season grasses on Poa golf greens.
Sheep’s fescue is a low maintenance grass with an early green up in the spring. The color is slight blue green.
Poa pratensis is a persistent species with strong rhizomes, tolerating hard wear due to regeneration. Germination and establishment are slow.
Tall fescue has a large, deep-rooted system and is one of the most drought, heat and wear tolerant species.
Timothy turf type
Timothy is cold tolerant and can be used in cold, wet areas. It grows well in northern Scandinavia.
Tufted hairgrass is a very shadow tolerant grass species which establishes fast, resulting in a fine and dense turf cover.
Turf alfalfa fixate nitrogen from the air and is bred specifically for growth in association with grasses and to withstand frequent mowing.
Velvet bent produces an exceptionally dense turf with, in general, better drought tolerance than other bent grasses.
Westerwoldicum has a fast establishment and is suited for short lived purposes like overseeding sports fields or as a nurse crop for establishment.