As Well As Being A Drought And Wear Tolerant Turf… Why Choose Kenda Kikuyu Turf?

As Well As Being A Drought And Wear Tolerant Turf… Why Choose Kenda Kikuyu Turf?

Kenda Kikuyu Doesn’t Seed Like Common Kikuyu

Kenda Kikuyu Turf is very different to common Kikuyu and other new breeds of Kikuyu. Common Kikuyu and seeded types regularly produce viable seed, which can spread into your garden beds and other areas of your yard where you don’t want it. These seed heads can also cause problems for you if you have allergies.

Kenda was bred to be predominantly cytoplasmic male sterile, meaning it is less likely to produce functional anthers, pollen, or male gametes. The fact that it is far less likely to produce seed means that birds are less likely to attack your Kenda, and spread the seed to your gardens. Common Kikuyu is often attacked by Galahs, and other birds that chew the seed from the base, and can leave the lawn in a real mess. Kenda Kikuyu Turf is a much safer option.

It’s Tough, Drought And Wear Tolerant

Kenda is a greatly improved, fast establishing form of Kikuyu turf with great drought and wear tolerance. It is a low cost turf option with great winter colour and doesn’t seed like common Kikuyu. It is not recommended around gardens that don’t have hard edges, but if you have a large dog or kids, Kenda is a good high wear tolerance option.

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