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Olympic Golf Course Now the “Ultimate Golf Pilgrimage”

According to an online article posted by Golf.Com late last month and written by Alan Shipnuck, senior writer for Sports Illustrated, the Olympic Golf Course is “a field of dreams” for the city of Rio de Janeiro, now that the 2016 Summer Olympic competitions are now over. Plans are to soon open the course to […]

By |September 29th, 2016|Zeon zoysiagrass|Comments Off on Olympic Golf Course Now the “Ultimate Golf Pilgrimage”

Buy Sod to Acquire Thomas Bros. Grass in Tennessee

Buy Sod, Inc. announces the acquisition of Thomas Bros. Grass located in Nashville, TN. Charles Harris, president of Buy Sod, Inc., states, “Nashville is a growing market with good long-term population growth and a healthy housing market. We are also excited to bring our specialty products to the golf and athletic market. Our purchase of […]

By |August 26th, 2016|General|Comments Off on Buy Sod to Acquire Thomas Bros. Grass in Tennessee

Buy Sod to Offer TifTuf™ Bermudagrass, a Breakthrough in Drought Tolerance

TifTuf™ Certified Bermudagrass is not only exceptionally drought tolerant, but also it provides superior wear and traffic tolerance, excellent cold tolerance, faster spring green-up and excellent fall color retention.

 

Adding yet another stellar addition to its lineup of outstanding turfgrass cultivars for turf managers and property owners seeking top-quality sod, Buy Sod, Inc., will begin offering […]

By |August 18th, 2016|TifTuf bermudagrass|Comments Off on Buy Sod to Offer TifTuf™ Bermudagrass, a Breakthrough in Drought Tolerance

It’s Time to Treat for White Grubs!

A common turfgrass pest throughout our region, white grubs are the larvae of scarab beetles, most commonly those of Japanese beetles, green June beetles, May and June beetles, oriental beetles and southern and northern masked chafers. These grubs feed on the roots of the grass, which reduces its ability to use water and nutrients. Consequently, […]

By |July 20th, 2016|Turf Care|Comments Off on It’s Time to Treat for White Grubs!

Tips for Watering Your Summer Lawn

Summers in our region can be brutally hot and, frequently, extremely dry. That’s why knowing how and when to apply the cooling, moisturizing effects of irrigation can be so critical to the health of your lawn in summer.

Most varieties of lawn grass need about 1” of water per week in summer, either through rainfall or […]

By |July 15th, 2016|Turf Care|Comments Off on Tips for Watering Your Summer Lawn

What to Do Now for Your Summer Lawn

Late-summer lawns need extra TLC, especially those under drought and heat stress. Follow the tips below to keep your lawn as healthy as possible until cooler weather arrives.

Check for white grubs, and control them if necessary. August is the best time to control grubs because this is when they are small and close to […]

By |July 11th, 2016|Turf Care|Comments Off on What to Do Now for Your Summer Lawn

BlueJack National Makes Klein’s Top Ten Moments in 2015

Bradley S. Klein, senior writer for Golfweek and a former PGA Tour caddie, named his visit to Bluejack National as one of his “top 10 moments in 2015.” In a blog post dated in December, he described the first course designed in the U.S. by Tiger Woods as “surprisingly understated, with wide-open ground game options […]

By |March 22nd, 2016|Zeon zoysiagrass|Comments Off on BlueJack National Makes Klein’s Top Ten Moments in 2015

Apply Preemergence Herbicides Soon

Stopping weeds before they gain a “roothold” in your lawn is one of the smartest cultural practices you can use. Applying a preemergence herbicide does just that — it doesn’t stop the weed seeds from actually germinating, but it kills the new seedlings before they “emerge” by providing a chemical barrier at the soil surface. […]

By |March 1st, 2016|Turf Care|Comments Off on Apply Preemergence Herbicides Soon

It’s Time to Test Your Soil

Soil tests provide important information about the nutrient status of the soil under your lawn. You can use the test results to select and apply the kind of nutrients, and how much, to provide the optimum soil fertility for your particular kind of grass. In fact, without conducting a soil test first, fertilizing your lawn […]

By |February 22nd, 2016|Turf Care|Comments Off on It’s Time to Test Your Soil

Has Your Lawn Suffered from Winterkill?

Freezing temperatures, plus snow and ice, sometimes lead homeowners to wonder whether their lawn will make it through the winter unharmed. Although there’s often little to fear if the lawn is a cool-season grass (such as fescue, bluegrass or a fescue/blue mix), the question is certainly more relevant if the lawn is surfaced with a […]

By |February 18th, 2016|Turf Care|Comments Off on Has Your Lawn Suffered from Winterkill?