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Once: Win a pallet of Rolawn Medallion turf

Question: What percentage of Rolawn Medallion® turf is weed free
A: 99.9%

Rolawn is Europe's largest producer of cultivated turf and the only UK turf producer that submits turf for regular independent testing by the Sports Turf Research Institute (STRI), the UK's leading independent authority in turfgrass research agronomy.

Medallion® turf is Britain's biggest selling and most frequently specified lawn turf, being the first choice for both professional landscapers and experienced gardeners who demand the best.

As a result of ongoing growing trials, Rolawn continue to refine their famous Medallion® turf cultivar mix. The selected cultivars offer enhanced performance in all quality landscaping situations. Key benefits include superior appearance, wear and disease resistance. Consistency in germination and sward development have been improved. Five of the selected cultivars are Rhizomatous, three of these are deep rooting fescues, vital for producing a turf that provides a high level of drought tolerance.

looks outstanding on the day it is laid and with the correct care and maintenance will keep its appearance for years to come.
is 99.9% weed free, giving the lawn a low maintenance start.
is light, easy to lay and establishes itself rapidly, making it the first choice of professional landscapers.
is ideal where a high quality appearance, strength and low maintenance are important.
is available throughout the year and can be laid at any time except in frosty weather.

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Entered thanks billyburke:-D

Thanks, could do with this for the bottom of the garden

thanks

will reserve heat until result

Thankyou, Entered all on there. Some good comps!
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