Sod Production Services | Tahoma 31 | 757-345-1120
Sod Production Services | Tahoma 31 | 757-345-1120

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Stacie Zinn Roberts
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Charles City, VA (May 16, 2022): Tahoma 31 Bermudagrass is known worldwide for its cold tolerance and versatility for use on golf courses, sports fields, and lawns. And once again, it’s also recognized for its award-winning marketing campaigns. At the 2022 Turf & Ornamental Communicators Association (TOCA) Awards held in early May...
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Licensed producer West Coast Turf is grassing the iconic LA Coliseum with 85K square feet Tahoma 31. The sports field manager sites Tahoma 31’s dense, upright nature for the selection of the grass. READ MORE
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Tahoma 31, the latest bermudagrass variety developed by the turfgrass researchers at Oklahoma State University, is now being used as the standard against which other bermudagrasses are measured for freeze tolerance. In a recent peer-reviewed study by Oklahoma State University, Tahoma 31 was rated the most cold-tolerant of bermudagrasses tested, and the standard by which all other...
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By Naba R. Amgain, Dustin K. Harris, Santanu B. Thapa, Dennis L. Martin, Yanqi Wu, and Justin Q. Moss*   Read the Full Article Here
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By Lakshmy Gopinath, Justin Quetone Moss, and Yanqi Wu   READ THE FULLY STUDY HERE
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Research from Oklahoma State University that tests for freeze tolerance shows Tahoma 31 as the accepted standard for winter hardiness in bermudagrass. Article published in Golfdom magazine January 2022   READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE
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Source: USGA Golf Journal, Winter 2021 With the help of the USGA Green Section, one of the country’s most famous expanses of turf is healthier than ever. Golf Journal, the Official Publication of the USGA talks to Michael Naas, turfgrass manager for the Architect of the Capitol (AOC) Grounds and Arboretum, about the renovation of...
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Oklahoma State University discusses how Tahoma 31 is the latest successful grass developed by OSU’s turfgrass breeders. New spring-early green-up research results are unveiled. READ THE STORY HERE
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