Tag: heat

How to reduce lawn stress in the summer

Heat stress can lead to brown grass and a dry lawn. And, much like people, a stressed lawn and garden is in need of a deep “breath” of oxygen. Proper hydration, or water management, is also key to a lawn and landscape that handles summer heat well.

How to Reduce Summer Lawn Stress
Keep lawns happy this summer. Learn how to reduce lawn stress. (Image from Lawn Wranglers)

Summer would seem the perfect time for a green lawn. Yet often too much heat, not enough oxygen and either too much or too little water at the roots cause stress and brown grass. Here are expert tips on how to reduce lawn stress in the summer so you can get that healthy green lawn you desire. Read More

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Geoponics’ Endurant gets POA Tourney popping with color

Golf superintendents play color enhanced paspalum for greener turf & water savings

Endurant turf colorants provide vibrant green ahead of sweltering summer heat during a demonstration for Florida Golf Course Superintendents

Just before summer, participants in the Poa Annua Golf Classic & G.C. Horn Memorial Tournament, presented by the Everglades Golf Course Superintendents Association, saw Endurant turf colorants applied and the immediate effects.

Golf Course Superintendents are always looking for ways to get ahead of the game to achieve optimal results in turfgrass.

Geoponic’s Endurant turf colorants can lead to a huge savings and a vibrant green using less water, fertilizer and other harmful chemicals.

Geoponics provided a demonstration of Endurant Premium, one of several concentrated natural green colorant shades available in the Endurant line of colorants. Endurant was applied at a rate of approximately 3 to 4 gallons per acre on the Platinum Paspalum at The Rookery at Marco golf course, of the Marco Island Marriott. Platinum Paspalum is a turfgrass variety often chosen for environmental benefits, including saving water. Check out more about this variety from West Coast Turf and Western Sod, in a short article here.

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