Several new cultivars have made their way into the turfgrass industry in recent years including those with reduced irrigation requirements, improved turfgrass quality and performance, as well as reduced susceptibility to pest invasion. In this episode, we’re joined by Drs. Chrissie Seagars (Texas A&M University) and Adam Thoms (Iowa State University) to talk about advancements in cultivar development and how facilities can make best use of this new plant material when renovating in the near future.
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