For natural grass surfaces, it’s what’s beneath that counts.
Establishing turf in the hottest months of the year requires some special attention.
An expert panel of sod growers from around the Southeast talked industry trends at the North Carolina/South Carolina STMA Conference & Trade Show.
David Doguet, Bladerunner Farms showcase zoysiagrasses at a September field day.
“It takes about seven to nine years, from start to finish.”
Scott Kinkead, executive vice president of Turfco, provides tips for field managers.
“Our Latitude … will keep its color late into the year as temperatures cool and less sunlight is available with shorter days.”
For more than three decades, the Colorado sod farm has been growing and supplying turfgrass for athletic fields, golf courses and more.
Head groundskeeper Will Schnell made the decision to convert the Rose Bowl from a bermudagrass base (overseeded with perennial ryegrass) to a 100-percent Kentucky bluegrass sod.
What’s underneath your field is just as important as the field itself. This is where soil tests come into play. Last year, the Sports Turf …