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This summer, the field at Razorback Stadium was converted to Tahoma 31 Bermudagrass, a new release developed by breeders at Oklahoma State   READ FULL ARTICLE
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Pat Berger of University of Arkansas says Tahoma 31 held up well and there were no divots found after the season opener versus Portland State. That’s a testament to the grasses’ durability.   READ THE FULL STORY
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Before the season opener, the University of Arkansas Razorbacks talk turf, Tahoma 31 turf, on the new football field. READ THE ARTICLE
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When the University of Arkansas Razorbacks take the field against Portland State in Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium Aug. 31, they’ll be hitting the gridiron on new grass. The athletics department chose a new Bermudagrass variety called Tahoma 31 from Oklahoma that was tested in variety trials conducted by University of Arkansas System Division of...
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Get an up close & personal vide of the new field at University of Arkansas’s football stadium grassed with Tahoma 31. Goal Line To Goal Line With Hunter Yurachek WATCH THE VIDEO: https://arkansasrazorbacks.com/goal-line-to-goal-line-with-hunter-yurachek/
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The University of Arkansas Razorbacks to play on Tahoma 31 natural grass on August 31, 2019. “Tahoma is a Native American word that means ‘frozen water,’” the University of Arkansas’ Dr. Doug Karcher said. “It’s a reference to the variety’s cold tolerance.” READ FULL ARTICLE
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Tahoma 31 is a new cold tolerant and drought tolerant choice for golf courses. HOW COLD TOLERANT IS TAHOMA 31? Lexington, KY, is the worst place to grow grass. Winterkill is an issue on most bermudagrasses there. But not Tahoma 31. In Kentucky NTEP trials, Tahoma 31 had the least winterkill of all grasses tested....
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  VIDEO: Watch the new Tahoma 31 Bermudagrass field installation at University of Arkansas’ Razorbacks Stadium. Coaches & University of Arkansas staff talks about why they chose to go back to natural grass. The video explains how the natural grass grows into the Evergreen Matrix mat technology system to stabilize the field for player safety....
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OSU’s Tahoma 31 is drawing the attention of the NFL and major universities for use in football stadiums and soccer fields. The drought tolerance of the grass is one of its main selling points, says this article in High Plaines Journal. Oklahoma State University’s Dr. Wu and Dr. Martin are quoted regarding the technical benefits...
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