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Certified Turfgrass

Vegetatively propagated turfgrass varieties that are approved and certified by state crop improvement associations who are members of the Association of Official Seed Certifying Agencies (AOSCA) qualify for the ITGAP program. These varieties have been developed with genetic purity that performs to specific climate conditions.

When you combine pure vegetative material with ITGAP protocols you get turfgrass that is virtually free of contamination and perform with the characteristics you want…whether that be density, salt tolerance, temperature tolerance, disease resistance, or uniformity.

Currently under the ITGAP twenty(20) turfgrass varieties are included and being produced by international growers. They include both University of Georgia varieties and privately released varieties of warm-season grasses. For more information on certification, we invite you to read Turfgrass: Value of Genetic Purity by Dr. J. Earl Elsner.


Celebration™ Bermudagrass

  • Bermudagrass exhibits prostrate growth and deep green coloration.
  • Performs best in full sun, but also grows well in shade, improved wear tolerance and recovery, and drought tolerant.
  • Suitable for home lawns, commercial landscapes, and athletic fields.
  • https://sodsolutions.com/grasses/celebration-bermudagrass/

Latitude 36™ Bermudagrass

Mini-Verde™ (P-18) Bermudagrass

  • Dwarf Bermuda with extremely fine leaves, improved density, rapid growth rate, and uniform green color.
  • Designed for golf course putting greens.
  • https://miniverde.com/

Tifeagle™ Bermudagrass

  • Ultra dwarf Bermudagrass developed at the University of Georgia for use on greens with a premier putting surface, high tolerance for physical stress and low mowing heights.
  • Tolerates cool weather conditions, recovers well from mechanical injury, is drought tolerant and disease resistance.
  • http://www.tifeagle.com/

Sunday Ultra-Dwarf Bermudagrass

  • Sunday Ultra-Dwarf Bermudagrass is a unique greens grass selected from Cotton Creek Golf Club in South Alabama in 2007.
  • Selected for its dense growth canopy, lighter color, and reduced seed heads, Sunday originated from an undefined Bermuda green at Cotton Creek Golf Club, known in the region as “Cotton Creek Dwarf.”
  •  Genetic stability is a key feature for a successful putting green, and Sunday has proven to be stable for more than 25 years.
  • https://sundayultradwarf.com/

TifGrand™ Bermudagrass

Tifsport™ Bermudagrass

  • Designed for athletic fields and golf courses with quick recovery from abuse, this Bermudagrass stands up to rigorous stress and high traffic demand.
  • Tolerates low mowing heights, has built-in disease resistance and pest tolerance, with high density and early spring green-up properties.
  • http://www.tifsport.com/

TifTuf™ Bermudagrass

  • Bermudagrass, promoted for early green up, improved drought tolerance, and superior traffic tolerance.
  • Bright green, late fall color retention.
  • Suited for athletic fields, golf courses and landscapes.
  • http://georgiacultivars.com/cultivars/tiftuf


Empire™ Zoysiagrass

Geo® Zoysia 

Lazer Zoysia™

Prizm Zoysia™

Stadium Zoysia™

Trinity™ (formerly L1F) Zoysiagrass

  • Zoysia matrella cultivar with medium leaf texture and soft leaves.
  • Drought tolerant, lacks winter hardiness of Zorro and Meyer.
  • Recommended for golf course tees & fairways, moderate to high maintenance landscape areas.
  • http://theturfgrassgroup.com/varieties/l1f-zoysia/

BRF Zeon® Zoysia


Platinum TE™ (OC 13) Paspalum

  • Fine bladed Paspalum with excellent salt and shade tolerance and highly disease resistant.
  • Wide range of uses, including golf courses, athletic fields, and landscapes.
  • Requires minimal nutrient inputs.
  • https://www.platinumte.com

SeaDwarf™ Seashore Paspalum

  • Is suited for use on golf courses tee-to-green and on sportsfields.
  • SeaDwarf® Seashore Paspalum is the only dwarf cultivar of Seashore Paspalum.
  • Bright green color, fine texture.
  • Tolerates a wide range of mowing heights, about 1/10-inch to about 4-inches.
  • Can be irrigated with low quality water. Potable, effluent, reclaimed, even seawater under the right conditions, can be used as an irrigation source.

Sea Isle 2000™ Seashore Paspalum

  • Fine bladed, Paspalum developed at the University of Georgia for greens and tees in salt-challenged environments.
  • Can be used in all areas of the course.
  • Similar to dwarf Bermudas in texture and playability when maintained 1/8″ mowing height, featuring high tolerance to salt, gray, or effluent water and having low requirements for fertilizer or pesticides.
  • http://www.seaisle2000.com/

SeaStar™ Seashore Paspalum