DuraScape® Australia

Introducing the DuraScape® range of certified seed blends. Using similar cultivars and blends as used by Australian pro-turf customers including leading stadiums and golf courses, the DuraScape range is conveniently packaged and available in 2.5 kg, 5 kg, and 25 kg options. For landscape excellence, DuraScape has a blend just for your needs.

Home lawn Guide

An attractive lawn complements any garden and adds prestige to your property. Many people are unhappy with the results of their efforts in sowing a new lawn. To help you avoid disappointment PGG Wrightson Turf offer the same quality seed mixtures and fertiliser that professionals use.

Download the Home Lawn Guide for some tips on how to establish a successful lawn.

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DuraScape® All Purpose

  • A blend of hard wearing turf type perennial ryegrasses.
  • The cultivars in this blend contain Mediterranean germplasm which enables them to germinate and establish at low temperatures such as late winter or early spring.
  • Rapid establishment and recovery from wear.
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DuraScape® Parks

  • A blend of tall fescue, turf type perennial ryegrasses and Kentucky bluegrass.
  • A fast establishing blend ideal for an all purpose lawn that can handle wear & tear and has excellent presentation.
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DuraScape® Dryland

  • A blend of turf type perennial ryegrasses, chewings fescue and couch grass.
  • This mix will produce a fine textured lawn suited for low mowing, with excellent drought and good shade tolerance.
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DuraScape® Shade

  • A blend of creeping red, chewings and hard fescue that has good drought and excellent shade tolerance.
  • This blend will produce a very fine textured lawn (this blend may establish slower than blends containing turf type perennial ryegrasses).
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Useful Tips

Spring and autumn are the best times to sow a new lawn. Consider a weed spray 2 – 3 months after establishment, with a suitable selective broadleaf weed spray (read directions thoroughly to ensure your weed spray is suitable to your seed blend). Sprays should be registered for turf.

It is best to remove clippings from your lawn when mowing, especially at establishment time, as clippings may smother the new lawn.

Watch for insect pests, an insecticide may be required if insect damage is observed. Consider a soil test to check for any nutrient deficiencies and pH levels to help create optimum conditions for establishment.

All herbicides and insecticides as mentioned above must be used in accordance with label instructions.

Ongoing Care

Mowing – never mow more than 1/3 of the lawn height in one mow.

If the lawn becomes long, reduce height gradually over time.

Mow regularly to encourage lawn density.

Fertilise every 2 - 3 months with a quality slow release fertiliser during the growing season.

Spray your lawn for weeds once a year.

It will be necessary to water lawns in dry summer months as this is when stress is observed with most lawn types.