Dark green variety allows for less fertilizer inputs.
Fast establishment for less down time for your turf.
Excellent striping ability
High density gives greater traffic tolerance with high player hours.
Tolerance to low mowing for a better playing surface.
Easy transition into warm-season grasses.
Fine leaved, very dark green perennial ryegrass for winter over seeding and establishment of quality turf for golf courses, athletic fields, parks and home lawns.
Advanced generation synthetic cultivar selected for dark green color, fine leaf texture and superior turf density.
Developed in Oregon and evaluated in turf plots across the United States as LF122, PINSTRIPE® perennial ryegrass has performed extremely well for all uses and areas adaptation.
PINSTRIPE® germinates and establishes quickly on a prepared seedbed. Rake soil smooth, rake in seed, and roll to firm the seedbed. Topdressing with mulch will aid in moisture conservation.
If over seeding warm-season grasses, scalp off as much material as possible and remove. Broadcast the seed, and top dress with sand, mulch, or other suitable products no greater than 1/2" in depth.
Under ideal conditions, there should be color within a week, and the first mowing will be between two to three weeks.
Athletic fields, fairways, and roughs use 8-10 lbs per 1000 sq ft.
Playgrounds, parks, and home lawns use 8-10 lbs per 1000 sq ft.
Low maintenance use 3-5 lbs per 1000 sq ft.
For Winter Over Seeding:
Greens use 30-40 lbs per 1000 sq ft.
Tees use 20-30 lbs per 1000 sq ft.
Fairways use 300 - 600 lbs per acre
Roughs use 250 - 500 lbs per acre.
Sport fields, playgrounds use 10 - 15 lbs per 1000 sq ft.
Fertilization & Irrigation
Apply 3-6 lbs of nitrogen per 1000 sq ft annually in split applications. Consult your local garden center, extension agent, or fertilizer company for local needs and special conditions. During establishment, keep soil uniformly moist. After turf is established, water deeply as needed to keep turf actively growing and healthy. Adapt your water applications to your soil type and structure, and local weather conditions.