Now that we have all turned our calendars, its time to get cranking for spring! Our January newsletter includes a market update, the definition of TZ test and a look at our Renaissance perennial ryegrass.
Our February newsletter reports on the current market conditions and announce the arrival of our new tetraploid annual ryegrass: Big Boss!
This month's newsletter includes an extensive crop and market watch, including a table comparing costs from last year.
In this month's issue, we tell you all about our bag division. Did you know we offer polywoven bags, polyethylene bags, bulk bags and more?
In this issue, we examine creeping red fescue in our market watch and share with you the North Carolina Turfgrass Research and Education Center's rating of several of our turf varieties.
Our June issue contains a crop and market update and a peek at some preliminary information out of Georgia on two of our latest, high-yielding tetraploid annual ryegrasses.
The summer slowdown won’t last much longer, but there is still time to get in some schooling - for yourself, your staff, and your customers. With that in mind, this month's newsletter provides some easy-to-implement ideas to increase product knowledge!
This month's newsletter reviews the current crop and market conditions. Additionally, we give a brief description of Bestfor Plus.
Included in this month's newsletter: our congratulations to Paul Zehr and Jason Schrock for being co-owners for 30 years, a brief crop update, labor shortages and a couple of turf product highlights.
In this newsletter, we share a brief update on the market, a couple of takeaways from the Western Seed Convention and some performance data for our new Kenway Red Clover.
In our final newsletter this year, we give another crop update, some facts about overseeding and five reasons to use Renaissance Perennial Ryegrass.