Kings Buffalo Turf
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“Kings Pride is redefining what makes a good lawn”

Botanical Name:  Stenotaphrum secundatum
PBR:  3430
Soft Leaf Buffalo
Warm Season Grass

Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo is a dark green buffalo that grows in some shade and full sun.
This non-invasive easy to maintain lawn has great wear and tear, perfect for the residential back yard.

 

Shady Areas
Wear Tolerance
Low Fertiliser
Pet Friendly
Less mowing
Low Water
Full sun
Buffalo

 

Best installed September to April
Drought Tolerance Requires minimal watering once established.
Ideally Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo should be given a deep watering.
Fertilising Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo should be fertilised in April, September & November.
Water in well.
Hard Wearing & Self Repairing  A great hard wearing soft leaf buffalo, that in summer, when left to spread will self-repair.
Leaf Broad & flat.
Mowing Height Low to medium
If kept mowing height low, the turf will have little thatch. In summer, mowing would be every fortnight.
Summer Colour  Dark green.
Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo may become lime green if lacking in fertiliser, yellow if lacking water.
Root System Shallow to medium – 8 to 10 cm.
Deep watering (lots of water at one time less regularly)) promotes the root system to go lower into the soil profile.
Runners Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo is a non-invasive grass.  The turf runners grow on the top of the ground, so it is easy to maintain.
Sun vs Shade  Full sun and shade
Like all soft leaf buffalos, Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo does need some sun but loves full sun.
Weed Control Hand picking any weeds by their roots, is ideal. Broadleaf sprays control clover, bindi and broadleaf weeds. Do not use products containing dicamba. Please ensure the product is safe to use on Buffalos. Before using any chemical, always read the product label for full directions, application, safety directions and guidelines.
Winter Colour

Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo becomes dormant over winter.
In Victoria over winter, all warm season grasses will loose their lush green colour.  In very cold winters they even turn yellow/brown, resulted from the frosts burning the turf’s leaves. If you do get a heavy frost you can help to stop it from burning the lawn by giving quick water in the morning to wash the ice off the leaves.  Once the weather warms up in Spring, you will mow the dead leaves off leaving behind a green lawn.

www.kingspridebuffalo.com.au

 

Best installed September to April
Drought Tolerance Requires minimal watering once established.
Ideally Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo should be given a deep watering.
Fertilising Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo should be fertilised in April, September & November.
Water in well.
Hard Wearing & Self Repairing  A great hard wearing soft leaf buffalo, that in summer, when left to spread will self-repair.
Leaf Broad & flat.
Mowing Height Low to medium
If kept mowing height low, the turf will have little thatch. In summer, mowing would be every fortnight.
Summer Colour  Dark green.
Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo may become lime green if lacking in fertiliser, yellow if lacking water.
Root System Shallow to medium – 8 to 10 cm.
Deep watering (lots of water at one time less regularly)) promotes the root system to go lower into the soil profile.
Runners Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo is a non-invasive grass.  The turf runners grow on the top of the ground, so it is easy to maintain.
Sun vs Shade  Full sun and shade
Like all soft leaf buffalos, Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo does need some sun but loves full sun.
Weed Control Hand picking any weeds by their roots, is ideal. Broadleaf sprays control clover, bindi and broadleaf weeds. Do not use products containing dicamba. Please ensure the product is safe to use on Buffalos. Before using any chemical, always read the product label for full directions, application, safety directions and guidelines.
Winter Colour

Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo becomes dormant over winter.
In Victoria over winter, all warm season grasses will loose their lush green colour.  In very cold winters they even turn yellow/brown, resulted from the frosts burning the turf’s leaves. If you do get a heavy frost you can help to stop it from burning the lawn by giving quick water in the morning to wash the ice off the leaves.  Once the weather warms up in Spring, you will mow the dead leaves off leaving behind a green lawn.

www.kingspridebuffalo.com.au

 

Best installed September to April
Drought Tolerance Requires minimal watering once established.
Ideally Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo should be given a deep watering.
Fertilising Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo should be fertilised in April, September & November.
Water in well.
Hard Wearing & Self Repairing  A great hard wearing soft leaf buffalo, that in summer, when left to spread will self-repair.
Leaf Broad & flat.
Mowing Height Low to medium
If kept mowing height low, the turf will have little thatch. In summer, mowing would be every fortnight.
Summer Colour  Dark green.
Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo may become lime green if lacking in fertiliser, yellow if lacking water.
Root System Shallow to medium – 8 to 10 cm.
Deep watering (lots of water at one time less regularly)) promotes the root system to go lower into the soil profile.
Runners Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo is a non-invasive grass.  The turf runners grow on the top of the ground, so it is easy to maintain.
Sun vs Shade  Full sun and shade
Like all soft leaf buffalos, Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo does need some sun but loves full sun.
Weed Control Hand picking any weeds by their roots, is ideal. Broadleaf sprays control clover, bindi and broadleaf weeds. Do not use products containing dicamba. Please ensure the product is safe to use on Buffalos. Before using any chemical, always read the product label for full directions, application, safety directions and guidelines.
Winter Colour

Kings Pride Soft Leaf Buffalo becomes dormant over winter.
In Victoria over winter, all warm season grasses will loose their lush green colour.  In very cold winters they even turn yellow/brown, resulted from the frosts burning the turf’s leaves. If you do get a heavy frost you can help to stop it from burning the lawn by giving quick water in the morning to wash the ice off the leaves.  Once the weather warms up in Spring, you will mow the dead leaves off leaving behind a green lawn.

www.kingspridebuffalo.com.au