Kentucky bluegrass is a perennial sod-forming grass that spreads by strong rhizomes and seeds. The species germinates (6-12 days) and estabilishes slowly.Therefore Kentucky bluegrass is often used in combination with a faster growing grass (e.g. perennial ryegrass), which will provide cover while the bluegrass estabilishes itself. Kentucky bluegrass can withstand frequent mowing and intensive wear and is widely used for sports fields, fairway, lawns and turf production. Common varietes often sufffer from summer heat or from too close mowing and are more prone to deseases.
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