A-LIST Approves Three DLF Creeping Bentgrass Varieties
- The Alliance for Low-Input Sustainable Turf (A-LIST) has given its approval to three creeping bentgrass varieties developed by DLF.
- The A-LIST is an organization dedicated to promoting sustainable and environmentally friendly turfgrass management practices.
- The three approved varieties are named 3TriMag, 4TriMag, and 5TriMag.
- DLF is a leading global seed company specializing in the development and production of turfgrass seeds.
- The approved varieties offer several benefits, including improved disease resistance, reduced water and chemical inputs, and enhanced color and texture.
- Creeping bentgrass is a popular choice for golf courses and sports fields due to its ability to tolerate low mowing heights and its fine-textured appearance.
DLF, a renowned global seed company, has received approval from the Alliance for Low-Input Sustainable Turf (A-LIST) for three of its creeping bentgrass varieties. These approved varieties, 3TriMag, 4TriMag, and 5TriMag, offer numerous benefits such as improved disease resistance, reduced water and chemical usage, and enhanced aesthetic qualities. Creeping bentgrass is widely utilized in golf courses and sports fields, thanks to its ability to handle low mowing heights and its attractive appearance. By gaining A-LIST’s recognition, DLF’s creeping bentgrass varieties are set to cater to the needs of environmentally conscious local business owners within the turfgrass industry.