TAG: LebanonTurf


July 10, 2018By

LebanonTurf produces fertilizers, grass seed and biological products that help golf course superintendents, lawn care operators, professional landscapers and sports turf managers create and maintain healthy turf conditions. LebanonTurf offers both microbiological components along with controlled release fertilizer products delivered as part of an integrated systems approach to turf and plant care needs. In addition, the company’s top-rated grass seeds... read more

LebanonTurf: ROOTS BioPak Plus 3-0-20

November 18, 2017By

BioPak Plus is a dry, water-soluble micronutrient treatment that includes beneficial rhizosphere bacteria and 3-0-20 N-P-K fertilizer. BioPak Plus can be applied spring, summer and fall.  Key benefits of BioPak Plus: Helps plants recover from winter stress Provides minerals needed for new growth Maintains vigorous plant growth and green color Prepares plants for winter stresses and cold, desiccating wind, lack... read more

LebanonTurf hires new landscape marketing manager

March 20, 2015By

LebanonTurf named Robert Brown its new landscape marketing manager. Brown joins LebanonTurf with nearly 22 years of landscaping and marketing experience. He will be responsible for LebanonTurf’s Lebanon Pro, Woodace, PHC and ROOTS product lines as well as various granular control products. “Rob has a proven record of driving profitability and performance in the landscape industry,” said Dave Heegard, executive... read more

A-LIST tackles turfgrass breeding

February 13, 2014By

Seed Research of Oregon, alongside Mountain View Seeds and LebanonTurf, initiated a new research and development program called the Alliance for Low Input Sustainable Turf (A-LIST). The nonprofit program aims to influence turfgrass breeding through creating trial guidelines and evaluation protocols to identify the best performing turfgrass varieties with reduced input demands. A-LIST will establish and monitor a voluntary evaluation... read more

The new norm?

January 14, 2014By
Photo: Lynn Ketchum, Oregon State University

Suppliers discuss the underlier for turfseed shortages and high prices. Gone are the days when turfseed fields dominantly cloaked the surfaces of Willamette Valley, Ore. Crops such as wheat, corn and soybeans overtake the grounds that once were boasted as the world’s turfseed capital. Meanwhile, lawn care professionals have been pulling more money out of company bank accounts to pay... read more

LebanonTurf products to liftoff into space

December 12, 2013By

As part of a new round of zero-gravity scientific tests, two of LebanonTurf’s soil care and fertilization products will be sent to the International Space Station: ROOTS Healthy Start 3-4-3 and ROOTS PHC BioPak. The space trip is part of Mission 4, an experiment designed to examine how a zero-gravity environment affects bacteria’s ability to decompose organic matter. Both of LebanonTurf’s... read more