Alliance for Low-Input Sustainable Turf Approves Three Creeping Bentgrass Varieties
- The Alliance for Low-Input Sustainable Turf (A-LIST) has given approval to three creeping bentgrass varieties developed by DLF, a leading seed company.
- The approved varieties, named MACH-1, TEFF-1, and VITA-1, have undergone extensive testing to ensure their compatibility with low-input turf management practices.
- Creeping bentgrass is a popular choice for golf courses, sports fields, and other turfgrass areas due to its ability to withstand heavy foot traffic and recover quickly from stress.
- DLF has bred these varieties specifically for resilience, adaptability, and reduced inputs, making them ideal for sustainable turf management.
- The approval from A-LIST provides reassurance to golf course superintendents, sports field managers, and other turf professionals looking for environmentally-friendly and cost-effective options.
The approval of three creeping bentgrass varieties, MACH-1, TEFF-1, and VITA-1, by the Alliance for Low-Input Sustainable Turf (A-LIST) highlights DLF’s commitment to developing sustainable turf solutions. These varieties offer golf courses, sports fields, and other turfgrass areas the opportunity to maintain quality turf with reduced inputs and environmental impact. With their resilience and adaptability, these approved varieties are a valuable addition to the toolbox of turf professionals seeking low-input turf management options.