Trinity® Zoysia Dense, and Beautiful

Very Fine-Bladed, Soft Feel

Can Thrive in Partial Shade

Easy to Manicure and Maintain

Low Water and Fertilizer Requirements

Trinity Zoysia - The World-Class Golf Course Zoysiagrass

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Conserves Water

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Dense And Hearty

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High Traffic Tolerance

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Very Low Mowing Height

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Thrives in Partial Shade

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Uses Less Fertilizer

Trinity Zoysia - Named After a Celebrated Golf Course, Its Got Game

Trinity, formerly L1F, Zoysiagrass on putting green surface

Trinity® Zoysia (formerly known as L1F) takes its new name from the Trinity Forest Golf Club, home of the PGA’s prestigious AT&T Byron Nelson Tournament, where the course is grassed with it. This very-fine-bladed, deep green Zoysiagrass was developed for golf courses and high-end sports fields. It is drought resistant and requires very little fertilizer, Trinity Zoysiagrass should be professionally maintained at a very minimum mow height, ½ or lower. On tees and surrounds it can be kept at ¼ inch height. For one of the most enduring and beautiful outdoor sporting surfaces in the world, Trinity Zoysia has got game.

 Key Benefits of Trinity (L1F) Zoysiagrass

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Trinity (L1F) Zoysia is a beautiful, luxurious turf grass well-suited for southern and transition zones. Please see the map for further detail.

  • Upright and Very Fine-Blade Orientation.
  • Less Thatch.
  • Great at Low Height.
  • Suitable for Southern and Transition Zones.
  • Dense, Traffic-Tolerant Growth.
  • Low Water and Fertilizer Requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions About Trinity Zoysiagrass

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Trinity (L1F) Zoysia Technical Specifications

Characteristics

  • Extremely fine textured zoysiagrass.
  • Soft texture & feel.
  • Erect, upright leaf-blade orientation, ideal for golf courses.
  • Shade tolerant.
  • Low fertility requirement.
  • Less thatch.

Improved Plant Vigor

  • Wear tolerant.
  • Shade tolerant.
  • Low water requirement.

Cultural Practices

  • Should be maintained at 1” mowing height or lower.
  • Low fertilization requirement.
  • Transition zone stretches from California to Pennsylvania.

Certified Purity & Uniformity

  • Trinity is licensed in the Southeastern U.S., Hawaii, and Australia exclusively to The Turfgrass Group, Inc. and its sub-licensees.
  • Trinity is available only through a select group of licensed certified producers.
  • Trinity is grown & sold under a rigorous set of rules & guidelines designed to promote on-going quality, purity, and uniformity.

State Certification

  • Certification is the only method of assuring the consumer is receiving the variety they purchased.
  • Trinity can only be produced and sold as a Certified turfgrass variety, unlike many other varieties.
  • Certification agencies in each state inspect all Trinity production fields regularly, protecting the interests of the consumer by providing a third-party system of quality control.

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