Barlennium

Perennial Rye

  • New concept: Regenerating Perennial Ryegrass
  • High water requirement
  • Frequent irrigation
  • High mowing height
  • No winter dormancy
  • Susceptible to diseases

 

•Exceptional dark green colour

•Very fine leaf texture with excellent turf density

•Provides elite perennial ryegrass turf quality

•Early spring green-up

•Traffic tolerant

•Low mowing tolerance

•Very good salt tolerance

 

Barlennium turf-type perennial ryegrass is sure to impress not only today but also for countless

tomorrows. Featuring the elite perennial ryegrass characteristics of dark green colour, low-compact

growth habit, excellent turf density, broad climate adaptability, and overall strong turf grass quality,

Barlennium is an ideal component for cool-season mixtures with Kentucky bluegrass and fine fescues.

 

 

What to use where:

  • Sport fields
  • Fairways

 

Seeding rate:

  • 40 g/m²
Specifications
Perennial Rye

A cool-season, bunch type grass that can behave as an annual ryegrass depending on environmental conditions. Improved turf-type perennial ryegrasses are finer textured, denser, and more persistent, and have better mowing quality than the common types. Well adapted to temperate climates as a permanent turf grass, and subtropical climates where it is primarily used for over seeding warm-season species. Intolerant of climatic extremes of cold, heat...

A cool-season, bunch type grass that can behave as an annual ryegrass depending on environmental conditions. Improved turf-type perennial ryegrasses are finer textured, denser, and more persistent, and have better mowing quality than the common types. Well adapted to temperate...

A cool-season, bunch type grass that can behave as an annual ryegrass depending on environmental conditions. Improved turf-type perennial ryegrasses are finer textured, denser, and more persistent, and have better mowing quality than the common types. Well adapted to temperate climates as a permanent turf grass, and subtropical climates where it is primarily used for over seeding warm-season species. Intolerant of climatic extremes of cold, heat, and drought. Grows best in neutral to slightly acid, moist soils of moderate to high fertility. It is used as a nurse grass in cool-season turf grass seed mixtures and in combination with Kentucky bluegrass for intensively trafficked turfs.