Germinal Grade-A seed mixtures

Tough, hard-wearing but attractive fine-turf facilities are an option following the introduction of chart-topping perennial ryegrass Cabrio into two of Germinal's Grade-A seed mixtures.

Cabrio, the latest addition to the company's perennial ryegrass cultivars, is now available as an exclusive component of Germinal's A5 Cricket, Tennis & Tees mix and A10 Golf Tees & Divot Repairs.

The ryegrass boasts class-leading fineness of leaf, scoring 9.2 and a mean rating of 8.3 as a new cultivar on Table L1 of the Turfgrass Seed 2016 booklet. It offers toughness, resilience and a year-round overall attractive appearance.


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