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A SeaGreen Paspalum bunker and greens surround about 10 weeks after sprigging. SeaGreen is a very deep rooting variety and stabilized this steep bunker face very well. In fact, this took a 30 inch rainfall over several days from a hurricane.

Now that’s a bunker!

One of the greens at Alden Pines that I’ve been able to experiment on for 13 years.

Stew’s discovered SeaGreen on a test green at Alden Pines mowed at .125 inches

Paspalum holds up excellent to cool night time temperatures.

SeaGreens ability to stabilize

A native, medium textured paspalum sneaking into a Bermudagrass fairway from a highly brackish lake

A paspalum test green on a Bermudagrass golf course

SeaGreen Sod and SeaDwarf sod at .125” height of cut—hard to tell the difference.

Stew’s discovered SeaDwarf on a test green at Alden Pines mowed at .125 inches

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