This product is a mixture of elite Kentucky bluegrass varieties and elite perennial ryegrass varieties. It will consist of a minimum of 3 Kentucky bluegrass and 2 perennial ryegrass.

Compared to our Intermountain 80/20 mix there will be a more equal share of each cultivar. This product will show more wear tolerance, faster establishment, higher salt tolerance, darker genetic color, higher insect resistance and a lower thatch accumulation.
This product should be mowed at a cutting height of ½”-2”. Depending on the level of maintenance given it the frequency of mowing may be 1-2x/wk.
This product is more widely suited for overseeding ballfields in the northern climates. It is also used where effects from wear and salt are prevalent. It can be used on tees, fairways, and rough areas. Recommended seeding times are between late Mar-late September. A seeding rate of 8-10#/1000 sq ft is recommended.

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  1. Hi Kim.. well based upon what I know about your parks they are predominately bluegrass. The answer is a simple one.. our Everest 3000 per rye blend. Do you have salt issues/concerns? If so I would move you into our 3000 SLT. That is a great way to go if you are concerned or have salt issues. The 3000 goes for 1.05/lb and the the slt goes for 1.15/lb. I would recommend a miin of 10#/1000 sq ft. Research shows though that 20# is much better. What you need to do is build up a seed bank/reserve in the soil so that seed is popping all the time and thus filling in the damage. You can read about this product on the website. My second choice would be our Rejuvenate product which has 15% kbg mixed with the per rye. That product goes for 1.65/lb and I recommend a miin of 8#/1000 sq ft. So, if you would like to discuss those two products give me a call.. 801 876 3690.. Doug