Tag: transition

Fall golf prep: Traditional overseed, liquid overseed or both

It’s never too early to plan. What you do this fall and winter may be less expensive to choose now. There are several considerations to review when choosing whether to leave dormant turf as-is or whether to choose between traditional overseed, liquid overseed or both.

Before and after pictures reveal Endurant liquid overseed transforms dormant turfgrass into lively, healthy looking green grass
Endurant eco-friendly turf colorant applied at Hillwood Country Club provides a vibrant turfgrass transformation during full winter dormancy. Endurant also provides a boost in color when low temperatures cause intermittent browning.

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First day of spring: Is your grass springtime green?

If your grass doesn’t look like spring, Endurant TE can help.

Just as it was time to spring forward the clocks, many turf lovers felt more like they were flung back into winter. Endurant TE, a turf color enhancer for growing grass, helps turfgrass professionals transition smoothly from winter to spring. Late season frosts and snowstorms have many lawns, golf courses and sod farms not quite looking like spring. Endurant TE will bring spring to your customers, golfers, and visitors by giving the green color they desire.

Endurant TE is applied to paspalum at the rate of 20 ounces per acre to provide a rich springtime green grass color.
Endurant TE is applied on paspalum turfgrass at the rate of 20 ounces per acre to provide a rich springtime green grass color to the golf course. Photo source: Ken Lee, CGCS

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