Barsignum

Very fine leaved dark green perennial rye grass

  • Superb aesthetic appearance with fine leaves.
  • Exceptional fineness of leaves.
  • Close mowing tolerance down to 5 mm as a mono culture.
  • Outstanding cleanness of cut, attractive appearance.
  • Excellent wear tolerance.
  • Excellent winter hardiness.
  • Multipurpose application.

    Barsignum achieves the best performance in terms of fine turf characteristics. The variety has a superb fineness of leaves, similar to red fescues and outstanding tolerance to close mowing, up to 5 mm. This variety is perfectly suited for use in all turf situations, from very fine to heavy wear. Blending extremely well with other fine species such as red fescues and bent grasses, Barsignum in a mixture will guarantee a superb aesthetic appearance.

     

    Application
    Barsignum is a versatile perennial being suitable for:

    • Ornamental lawns
    • General landscaping
    • Turf production
    • Sport
      • golfcourses: tees, fairways and overseeding greens
      • cricket and tennis courts
      • football and rugby pitches

     

    Colour
    Medium-dark colored leaves, being slightly darker than Bargold.

     

    Partner varieties in mixtures
    Barsignum was extensively tested in private trials at Hohenheim University in Germany. Due to the fineness of leaves Barsignum the trials in Germany showed up a perfect combination with all Festuca rubra species and with the finer leaved Poa pratensis varieties such as Barhelene.

     

    Additional features

    Additional features Barsignum

    Specifications
    Species
    Lolium perenne
    Seeds per gram
    700
    Optimal pH range
    5.8 - 7.4
    Huminidy
    medium
    Salt tolerance
    medium
    Maintenance required
    medium
    Rhizomes/Stolons/Tufted
    Tufted
    Shade tolerance
    average
    Water requirement
    medium
    Thatch build-up
    low
    Lolium perenne

    Perennial ryegrass  (Lolium perenne) is the grass of choice for permanent pastures. It establishes rapidly, yields well, tolerates a range of management practices and has a high nutritive value.