Athletic Fields, playgrounds: 8-10 lb per 1,000 sqft
Fairways, roughs: 8-10 lb per 1,000 sqft
Parks, home lawns: 8-10 lb per 1,000 sqft
Low maintenance: 3-5 lb per 1,000 sqft
Greens: 30-40 lb per acre
Tees: 20-30 lb per acre
Fairways: 300-600 lb per acre
Roughs: 250-500 lb per acre
Sports fields, playgrounds: 10-15 lb per 1,000 sqft
• Brea 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 overseeding warm-season grasses, scalp off as much material as possible and remove.
• Broadcast the seed, and topdress 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 and three weeks.
• A soil test will accurately measure nutrient level and acidity of your soil. Adjust soil acidity and apply a complete starter fertilizer before planting.
• Apply 3-6 lb of nitrogen per 1,000 sqft annual in split applications. Consult your local garden center, extension agent, or fertilizer company for local needs and special conditions.
• Using a sharp mower, adjust your mowing heights accordingly.
• Home lawns, parks: 3 inches
• Sports fields: 2-3 inches
• In specific areas, perennial ryegrass may be mowed as short as 1/4 inch for brief periods. Always mow when less than 1/3 of the leaf blade will be removed.
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