Just in time for the GCSAA Conference in Orlando, Florida, Sod Production Services has launched an all-new freestanding and comprehensive website for the world’s most cold-tolerant bermudagrass, Tahoma 31, at Tahoma31.com.
The new site provides access to in-depth research on Tahoma 31, a featured project section that details high-profile golf and sports turf projects grassed with Tahoma 31, as well as spec sheets, maintenance tips and an interactive map to locate licensed producers of Tahoma 31 worldwide.
Tahoma 31 Bermuda is a fine-bladed, highly dense turfgrass, available as sod and sprigs, suitable for use on golf course fairways, tees, greens surrounds, approaches, driving ranges and roughs. Tahoma 31 has even been planted on greens at municipal courses. The grass may be planted in warm-season climates into the farthest northern regions of Transition Zone. Tahoma 31 is available through licensed sod farm producers worldwide.
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Tahoma 31 key benefits:
- Rated #1 in wear tolerance, shade, turf quality and cold hardiness in NTEP & University tests
- Exceptional cold hardiness
- Drought tolerance
- Less water use, 18% less water than TifTuf as documented in university tests
Tahoma 31 can be found in Booth #817 at the GCSAA Conference in Orlando this week.
Tahoma 31 was developed ty the turfgrass experts at Oklahoma State University.
Check out the new website at Tahoma31.com and on social at @Tahoma31