The Jaguar name has been a staple of quality turf for many years because of its ability to withstand heat, drought, and poor soils. Jaguar 4G lives up to the Jaguar tradition, surpassing previous generations with its superior quality, fine leaf texture and dark color and improved brown patch resistance. Jaguar 4G turf-type tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea also known as Lolium arundinaceum) is adapted to use on home lawns, parks, and industrial and school sites, golf course roughs, and sports fields.
Disease and Pest Resistance
Jaguar 4G has improved resistance to one of the more costly diseases to control: brown patch.
Jaguar 4G is adapted to use in temperate and transition regions under different management regimes- high, medium and low input. It will perform best at 1.5-3 in. (37.5 to 75 mm) height cuts.
Sun and Shade
Jaguar 4G is adapted to full sun and partial shade. Under partial shade, Jaguar 4G will retain its density and ground cover when perennial ryegrasses and most Kentucky bluegrasses will succumb and thin out.
Jaguar 4G has a deep rooting depth enabling it to extract moisture from deeper in the soil profile which gives it the ability to remain green for extended periods when other species have gone dormant.
Sod Farm Tested
Jaguar 4G has been tested on sod farms in Maryland, Ohio, California and Virginia and displayed good quality, dark color, and reduced top growth.