4TH MILLENNIUM SRP Turf Type Tall Fescue is the latest generation of Millennium varieties from Tur Merchants, with rhizomes that enhance self-repair, speed establishment, improving traffic tolerance and increasing recovery from damage. Not only is 4th Millennium SRP shade tolerant and drought tolerant, but it also resists Brown Patch! With its dark color and fine leaf texture, 4th Millennium SRP mixes well with 5 to 10 percent Kentucky Bluegrass.
4th Millennium SRP was rated highest in an NTEP Trial for turfgrass quality among Tall Fescues in two separate trials: “LPI Group 1” and “Transition Region.” In extended NTEP trials rating “Percent Turfgrass Fullness of Canopy of Tall Fescue Cultivars,” 4th Millennium SRP performed exceptionally well – including the “No Traffic” and “Traffic” ratings.
4th Millennium SRP has demonstrated an extended adaption range and superior quality in a variety of exacting growing conditions, making it a leading choice for parks and athletic fields, home lawns and sod production.
- Self-Repair from Wear and Divots
- Traffic Tolerant
- Drought Tolerant/Water Savings
- Shade Tolerant
- Brown Patch Resistance
- 5-8 lbs./1000 sq. ft.
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