L1F Zoysia

Made in the Shade: Tips for Maintaining Turf in Shaded Areas

While we all love acres of uninterrupted, lush turfgrass, it is inevitable that man or Mother Nature will interfere with that plan. Buildings, trees and other objects are eventually going to cast shadows (literal and figurative) on your turf dreams. So how do you handle growing and maintaining turfgrass in shady areas? Here are three…

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All I Want for Christmas is…. Turf?

Okay, so maybe no one wrote to Santa to ask for a bermudagrass lawn this year, BUT that doesn’t mean they won’t be asking for it at spring green-up. You can bet that when their neighbors’ lawns are beginning to look plush and full, the guys buried in an acre of clover and dandelion will…

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Take a Hole-by-Hole Tour of Bluejack National!

This past March, veteran golfer Andy Johnson (with The Fried Egg) posted a lengthy review of his recent trip to BlueJack National, Tiger Woods’ first American-designed golf course, located just outside Houston, TX. Johnson not only describes each hole in detail, with insider advice, but he also posts several photos of each gorgeously manicured hole.…

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Zeon and L1F Help Take Bluejack National to #1!

It’s official — Bluejack National, Tiger Woods’ first American-designed golf course, located just outside Houston, TX, has been named the #1 Best New Private Course (for 2016) by both Golf Digest and Golf Magazine! On all surfaces except for the putting greens, the course is planted with two varieties of zoysiagrass — Zeon Zoysia on…

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Tiger Woods Plants Zeon and L1F Zoysiagrass at His First American Golf Course

Except for TifEagle putting greens, all the playing surfaces at Bluejack National — the first Tiger Woods-designed golf course in the United States — will be grassed with Zeon Zoysia and L1F Zoysiagrass, two of The Turfgrass Group’s premier varieties. An article published online by Club and Resort Business details the reasoning behind the grass…

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From High School to the Big Leagues: Zoysiagrass for Sports Turf

“I think zoysia is going to be the grass of the future for sports fields because of the low cost of maintenance, especially in high schools, because school budgets are cut. If we can have less maintenance costs, we can put that money into education,” says Richard Mendez, the former sports turf manager at South…

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L1F Zoysia to be Available in Hawaii by 2016

An article in Turf magazine last summer announced that L1F Zoysia sprigs had been released from quarantine and testing by the Hawaiian Department of Agriculture to be planted and grown by licensed producer Hawaiian Turfgrass. The company expects to have adequate supplies of the grass by next year and is taking reservations for inventory. To…

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