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

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Bermudagrass
Drought Tolerant
Golf Course Industry Magazine: Oklahoma State University names Sod Production Services licensing agent for new drought-tolerant Bermudagrass variety Oklahoma State University named Sod Production Services the master licensing and marketing agent for Tahoma 31 Bermudagrass, one of the most drought-tolerant, winter-hardy hybrid Bermudagrasses on the market today. Tahoma is a Native American word that means...
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Drought-tolerant
OSU’S NEW TAHOMA 31 BERMUDAGRASS LICENSED BY SOD PRODUCTION SERVICES Oklahoma State University – OSU has named Sod Production Services the master licensing and marketing agent for Tahoma 31 bermudagrass, one of the most winter-hardy hybrid bermudagrasses on the market today. The word ‘Tahoma’ is a Native American word that means ‘frozen water,’ which perfectly...
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Oklahoma State University is celebrating the creation of a breakthrough type of a grass, its first since 2011. It was first produced in Stillwater and will be sold at sod farms all over the world. Two Oklahoma sod farms, including one in Yukon, now have the rights to sell the Bermuda hybrid called Tahoma 31....
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‘Sod Farmers High on New Grass’ states The Journal Record in this June 14, 2018 article. OKLAHOMA CITY – A new hybrid Bermuda grass produced by Oklahoma State University has been licensed for marketing and will be ready for consumers following this year’s growing season. Only two Oklahoma sod farms have been cleared by licensee...
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In the wake of Hurricane Irma, sod farmer Doug Carter saw firsthand a certain bermudagrass variety’s ability to survive and thrive. Following Hurricane Irma last summer, Doug Carter’s sod farm fields were covered with 36 inches of standing water. In a two-day period, Fort Pierce, Fla., had received nearly 16 inches of rain. “I pulled...
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Hurricane Irma Flooding
Doug Carter drove up to his farm and couldn’t believe his eyes. His sod farm fields were covered with 36-inches of standing water. In a two-day period, Fort Pierce, Florida, received nearly 16 inches of rain. “I pulled in the gate and could not believe what I saw,” Carter said. “My farm was three feet...
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Brentwood Farm
After 20 years of  farming  row crops spread over some  9,000 acres of fields in Sellers, South Carolina, Bentwood Farms enters the turf industry as a sod producer. Charlie Baucom, owner of Bentwood Farms, said he became a licensed producer of PremierPRO Hybrid Bermudagrass, licensed by  Sod Production Services, and planted 200 acres of the...
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PremierPRO Bermuda survives in hypoxic, heavy clay native soils.   Old American Golf Club was built using soil from a dredged lake. The heavy clay cracks when the course is dry. Out of bounds areas tell the story, see the photo below.   But the golf course, planted with PremierPRO looks great and remains healthy...
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Sports Turf magazine, PremierPRO highlighted in NTEP trials when tested in first round
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