botanical name: Agrostis palustris
Creeping bentgrass has long and fine stolons, which produce roots at every node, developing a dense sod.
Sunny areas with soils having high fertility, low acidity (pH 5,6-7,0), good drainage and high water holding capacity are the best. Its feeding and moisture requirements are high. Tolerates low temperatures but discolours early in the fall and greens up late in spring. It should be mown very frequently and very short. It easily builds up a thatch layer and is rather susceptible to diseases. Rich watering, fertilizing and fungicide treatments are needed to ensure good quality. Suitable for temperate climate.
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