Golf Course Management

MAY 2017

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PERENNIAL RYEGRASS Black Pearl (PPG-PR 308), Mountain View Seeds • Seed available fall 2017 • Very dark green • Excellent genetic color • Fine blades • High turf quality • NTEP Commander ST, SiteOne Landscape Supply • Limited seed until fall 2017 • Thrives in saline soils • Heat tolerance • Prompt establishment • Refined leaf texture • Vibrant, dark green color • 2016 NTEP overseeding trial Evolve, SiteOne Landscape Supply • Seed available now • Advanced disease resistance • Salt tolerance • Drought tolerance • Refined leaf texture; high density • Vibrant, medium emerald green color • 2016 NTEP permanent trial Expedite (CL307), Landmark Turf & Native Seed • Seed available now • Gray leaf spot tolerance • Fast establishment • Dark green color • Fine texture • Wear tolerance • Tested: NTEP, Rutgers University • Breeder: Rutgers University Gray Hawk, Pure Seed • Seed available fall 2017 • TWCA-qualified (drought tolerance) • Disease resistance • Gray leaf spot resistance • Stem and crown rust resistance • Turf performance • Good transition • Rutgers University, NTEP, CTBT, TWCA • Scottsdale Community College overseeding trial Parkside (PST-2NJK), Barenbrug USA • Seed available fall 2017 • Overall strong disease resistance, including to gray leaf spot • Strong traffic tolerance • Very strong transition zone performance • Final 2010 NTEP perennial ryegrass trial • Four years of trial data available online Peridot, SiteOne Landscape Supply • Very limited supply fall 2017 • Advanced spreading capabilities • Gray leaf spot resistance • Refined leaf texture; highly dense • Vibrant, dark emerald green color • Very high-quality turf • 2016 NTEP permanent trial; Rutgers University PharaoH Pharaoh, LebanonTurf • Limited seed availability • Excellent heat and drought tolerance • Rapid recovery from drought • Excellent gray leaf spot resistance • Good salinity and high pH tolerance • Quick establishment • Very dark green genetic color • High endophyte level • Early spring green-up • Cold and heat tolerance • 2015 A-List trial; 2016 NTEP trial PimlicO Pimlico, LebanonTurf • Limited availability • Excellent heat and drought tolerance • Good salinity and high-pH tolerance • Quick establishment • Very dark green genetic color • High endophyte level • Early spring green-up • Good cold hardiness • 2015 A-List trial 05.17 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 53

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