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Tag: sprigging

Latitude 36 sprigs were row-planted in January 2018 at the Virginia Tech Turfgrass Research Center in Blacksburg, Va. (Photo by: Mike Goatley, Ph.D.)

Studies show successful dormant bermudiagrass sprigging in Transition Zone

Researchers at Virginia Tech University look at how dormant sprigging could allow superintendents to take advantage of the time of year with reduced outdoor maintenance labor and fewer golfers using the course. ...

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Dormant sprigging of bermudagrass and zoysiagrass

Many bermudagrass and zoysiagrass cultivars cannot be seeded and are commonly planted vegetatively using sprigs, especially for sod production or in sand-based systems such as athletic fields and putting greens. Traditionally, sprig planting has been accomplished during the warm-season growing ...

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