Greens turf draws attention at event

With all other commercially available greens turf comprising bent and fescue grasses, Tillers Turf's Poa Greens Turf attracted much attention on its launch at BTME.

A 50/50 Poa/bent turf, it is considered a better match for existing and older greens that usually have a Poa/bent sward composition.

"It matches well aesthetically in these situations and delivers improved continuity of playing surface and ball speed across greens," said Tillers sales and marketing manager Adam Pound.

The Poa used in the production of the turf is taken from existing greens and has the correct growth habit for greens applications. The Browntop bent has a proven track record of 20 years within donor greens.

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