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Johnsons ProNitro Premier Pitch

Johnsons ProNitro Premier Pitch

Best grass seed for: Renovating heavy wear sports pitches.

Camera friendly, attractive colour, high disease resistance, and cleanness of cut providing a turf with exceptional visual merit

  • The UKs No 1 sports turf renovation mixture, proven performance.
  • Top rated cultivars, providing a sward of exceptional wear tolerance and density.
  • Rapid establishment, ideal for renovation, ready to mow in 3-5 weeks.
  • Rapid recovery and regrowth from wear.
  • Camera friendly, attractive colour, high disease resistance, and cleanness of cut providing a turf with exceptional visual merit
  • TurfGuard treated

Mixture

%CultivarSpeciesSTRI Rating
25ColumbinePerennial Ryegrass7.6
30EurodiamondPerennial Ryegrass8.1
15EurocordusPerennial Ryegrass8.0
30MonroePerennial Ryegrass7.8
Sowing Rate (g/m2) Overseeding Rate (g/m2) Mowing Height (mm)
35 - 75 25 - 75 Down to 25

ProNitro is a unique 4G nitrogen seed coating applied directly to the seed surface, delivering a targeted supplement to the seeds own reserves.

This results in a number of advantages

  • More seed - Less coating than iSeed
  • Faster germination and establishment
  • Bigger and heavier seed in better contact with soil surface
  • Feeds the seed not the weed - reduced loss to the environment
  • Better root and shoot extension
  • Average of 30% more viable plants with improved stress tolerance
  • Reduced Poa Annua
  • Reduced cost- lower price, replaces seed-bed fertiliser, no application costs




For further information regarding our Johnsons grass seed range, please contact our technical sales team on 01952 641949.