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Tag: Oklahoma State University

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Oklahoma State researchers announce two new turfgrass varieties

May 26, 2022 By
Oklahoma State University researchers released two new varieties of turfgrass, which are crosses between common bermudagrass and African bermudagrass. ...

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Off the Record: Oklahoma’s bermudagrass connection

January 18, 2022 By
Mike Kenna, Ph.D., presents a turfgrass research and extension history of Oklahoma State University and bermudagrass to celebrate the past 75 years. ...

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Sod Production Services named licensing agent for Tahoma 31 Bermudagrass

August 13, 2018 By
Oklahoma State University has named Sod Production Services the master licensing and marketing agent for Tahoma 31 bermudagrass. The word ‘tahoma’ is a Native American word that means ‘frozen water,’ which describes Tahoma 31’s key characteristic: its ability to withstand ...

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Improving shade resistance in bermudagrass

Superintendents know that bermudagrass is an important turfgrass on most golf courses in the South. It has excellent fine-turf characteristics that make it a popular grass for use on fairways, tees, roughs and putting greens. Bermudagrass has relatively good pest ...

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Recovering from spring dead spot damage

February 10, 2013 By
Dennis Martin, Ph.D., is a professor of turfgrass science at Oklahoma State University and is well versed in spring dead spot through his more than 20 years of research and extension activities addressing the disease. Martin can be reached at ...

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