David McCart of Piedmont Turf Farm is "tickled it survived" the coldest spring in recent history. "It singed it a bit, but not as bad as the 419 bermuda, which essentiallywent dormant again.
"Common centipede won't really grow in our area. We planted the TifBlair late during hot, dry conditions, but seedling vigor was such that it still got established. During the fall it definitely stayed green longer than the bermuda and zoysia, even though the stand was still thin. It all came back during the spring, whereas a lot of the common centipede in the state didn't."
TifBlair has been exclusively licensed to The Turfgrass Group, Inc (TTG) and its sublicensees for sod production. Along with the Georgia Seed Development Commission, TTG is responsible for overseeing the propagation and sale of TifBlair [Read More]
One of the North Carolina producers who has worked with TifBlair is Clarke Wooten of Tri-State Turf in Newton Grove. He's noticed distinctTifBlair testimonial