Seed

  • 2017 seed update

    Each year, GCM magazine publishes a list of new named turfgrass varieties scheduled for release by turfgrass seed companies in the United States. Read the 2017 update in the May issue.

  • Enhanced Coated Seed: Research and Benefits for Golf Course Turf Seed Applications

    In this 60-minute webinar on GCSAA TV, John Rector, Barenbrug professional turf product manager, reviews the value and benefits of enhanced coated seed, as well as new and relevant research and species available.

  • Seed update 2016

    Each year, GCM magazine publishes a list of new named turfgrass varieties scheduled for release by turfgrass seed companies in the United States. Read the 2016 update in the May issue.

  • Tough times for turf seed

    Seed production in the Pacific Northwest is down for a variety a reasons. Read this article in the September 2015 issue of Golf Course Management magazine.

  • PGR 101 – Back to the Basics

    In this 60-minute webinar on GCSAA TV, Dean Mosdell, Ph.D, technical manager with Syngenta, discusses the benefits derived from PGRs featuring pre-stress conditioning, growth control, seed head suppression, and enhancing turf quality.

  • Seed update 2015

    Each year, GCM magazine publishes a list of new named turfgrass varieties scheduled for release by turfgrass seed companies in the United States. Read the 2015 update in the May issue.

  • Seed update 2014

    Each year, GCM magazine publishes a list of new named turfgrass varieties scheduled for release by turfgrass seed companies in the United States. Read the 2014 update in the May issue.

  • Improving turfgrass establishment with multiple-depth seeding

    Planting turfgrass seed at more than one depth may increase the odds of establishment in non-irrigated fields. Read this research article in the August 2015 issue of Golf Course Management magazine.

  • A century of seeded bermudagrass production — and more to come

    Bermudagrass has evolved from a ‘wily’ weed to a multimillion-dollar industry. Read this research article in the November 2014 issue of Golf Course Management magazine.

  • Using saline water and subsurface irrigation to establish bermudagrass and seashore paspalum

    Saline water and subsurface drip irrigation do not hinder establishment of two seeded grasses and one sodded warm-season grass. Read this research article in the June 2014 issue of Golf Course Management magazine.