Our February newsletter includes a report about annual ryegrass usage, the current bluegrass, fine fescue and perennial ryegrass markets and an announcement about two new products.
Ahh, March! In this issue, we encourage you to give us your order! Also, we talk a bit about Renaissance turf-type perennial ryegrass and share more research on the value of endophyte.
This month's newsletter includes a market report and crop watch, a report on retail giants and their growth and a helpful tool in weed identification.
Our May newsletter contains some highlights from the Oregon Seed Commissions third quarter report, a brief report on current crop conditions and we announce the availability of the new NTEP reports and our takeaways.
In this issue we report on a less than ideal spring, the current crop conditions and pose an answer to the question to "What is the best grass for shade?".
Harvest is in full swing! This month we share our thoughts on how harvest is going and how some of Smith Seed's perennial ryegrass varieties performed in the recent NTEP trials.
In this month's newsletter we talk about crop and market prices. Acreage is up, so hopefully prices will be stable. We also introduce a new website and two new turf products.
In this issue, we update current market prices and shipping conditions, tell you a bit about Ed annual ryegrass' performance and introduce Protocol3 turf-type perennial ryegrass.
In this issue, we wrap up the fall season evaluating the current market situation and fall sales. Additionally, we share with you a couple of interesting reports and announce the availability of Covenant tall fescue.
In our last newsletter for the year, we present a special market and crop report.