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SR 2150 Kentucky Bluegrass

SR 2150 Kentucky Bluegrass (Poa pratensis) is a Shamrock-type Kentucky bluegrass that behaves like an Aggressive cultivar. SR 2150 originated from a cross of Lakeshore X Unique and has superior qualities of each parent. Big seed, rapid germination and early rhizomes make it easy to establish into a new lawn or repair an existing stand of grass. It shows excellent turf quality and high persistence whether high or low maintenance, from the transition zone to northern areas. SR 2150 also performs at many mowing heights from one half inch in fairways to 3 inches in home lawns. Wear tolerant with high density from spring to fall, it can solve your problems. SR 2150 has superior resistance to major turf diseases including summer patch, dollar spot, typhula blight, bipolaris crown rot and red thread. It is competitive and has demonstrated low invasion by Poa annua and other weeds, yet also has low thatch production. Excellent drought resistance and quick recovery make it ideal for many sites. SR 2150 can be used in blends with other Kentucky bluegrasses and mixtures with perennial ryegrass, tall fescue and fine fescues.



Seeding Rates
Seeds/LB: 2,200,000
New Turf:
2-4 LBS/1,000 SQ FT
90-125 LBS/Acre
100-150 KG/HECTARE

Overseed Rates
1-2 lbs/1,000 Sq. ft.
40-90 lbs/acre
50-100 kg/hactare

Sports Field Repair
6-8 lbs/1,000 Sq. Ft.

Germination: 14-21 days under ideal conditions

  • Fast germination and establishment
  • Excellent wear tolerance
  • Low thatch production
  • Superior drought resistance and recovery
  • Lower water use