The 007 Creeping Bentgrass variety offers strong performance on fairways, greens, and tee-boxes, making it one of the most efficient Bentgrass products available. Its resistance to fungal issues means less maintenance and money spent on fungicide in the long run.
- Superior turf quality
- Versatile for use on greens, tees and fairways
- Enhanced Dollar Spot and Brown Patch resistance
- High performance all year around
- Reduced maintenance costs, and fungicide use
The 007 Creeping Bentgrass (experimental 'DSB') is an advanced generation creeping Bentgrass variety developed by the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (Rutgers University) working in cooperation with Richard Hurley, Ph.D. 007 Creeping Bentgrass has a broad genetic base using twenty-four parent plants, including plants identified from the varieties L-93 and South shore.
This new and improved variety is well adapted to any U.S. and overseas areas where Creeping Bentgrass is utilized for golf course greens, tees and fairways. 007 Creeping Bentgrass is recommended for seeding or sodding golf course putting greens, tees, new and renovated fairways, as well as overseeding conversions on greens planted to older, poor performing varieties that need to be updated.
Enhanced Dollar Spot resistance and superior turf quality make this variety the perfect choice for all levels of golf course projects, especially those located in stressful environments, as well as improved excellent winter color with no purpling and a vigorous, uniform, moderately dense growth habit.
Plant this seed in the Fall or Springtime at a rate of 1 - 2 lbs. per 1,000 sq.ft. This seed needs to be lightly raked into the soil to a depth of 1/4 inch. After the seed is sown, keep the area moist for germination and establishment.
The 16-04-08 Slow Release Starter Fertilizer can be used with this seed at a rate of 250 lbs. per acre. or 5 lbs. per 1,000 sq.ft.
Please refer to our Lawn & Pasture Planting Guide linked below.