- Also known as Santa Ana Couch
- Sports field turf
- Fine Leaf
- Mow short with cylinder mower
- Drought tolerant
- Low water
- Full sun only
- Great for backyard cricket
- Aggressive creeping root system that needs to be maintained to prevent invasion into garden beds if being used in residential projects
- Recovers well from general wear
- Golf course grass
- Very dense grass and grows aggressively in most soil types
- Mid green in colour
- Will lose some of its colour during cooler months while dormant.
Professional sports turf environments and premier community sporting facilities. Also great for backyard sporting heros who want the ball to bounce in backyard cricket or to help create a home golf green! Great drought tolerance, best results when mown with a cylinder mower.
All year round – full sun only.
An attractive, fine leaf dense turf (high thatch) which can be mown extremely short to produce a manicured looking homeyard. It has a low water requirement (great drought tolerance), superior performing sports turf, aggressive creeping grass, recovers well from general wear, can be maintained as low as 10mm in height for sports use. Not recommended for areas near garden beds – very aggressive and invasive lateral growth habit susceptible to winter weed invasion.
Grown in full sunlight during summer. Nullarbor Couch (Santa Ana) has been the superior performer in golf course situations for more than 15 years in southern Australia. It is a very dense grass, which grows aggressively in most soil types. Nullarbor Couch is an exceptionally drought tolerant turf grass that is mid green in colour. Nullarbor Couch will lose some of its colour during the cooler months while it is dormant.
- Fertilised in mid September for it to green up after winter and a second follow up again in early April to carry growth on into the cooler winter months. (We recommend you use Sir Walter DNA Certified Buffalo Fertiliser at a rate of 2kg/100m). Irrigate after fertiliser has been applied.
- Watered weekly once the turf has a firm grip and has matured (Pending climate conditions).
Available all year round. Spread starter fertiliser as supplied through the top 20-30mm of soil on your prepared area before laying your new turf.We also recommend fertilising your new turf 5-6 weeks after laying.