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Dr. Earl Elsner discusses turfgrass selection and management for golf greens.
Years ago, before Mr. Jennings saw grey, Mr. Danny Ozburn needed a little sod. So, Danny called up Phillip and with a smile and a handshake Danny got the sod he needed. Well, that was 15 years ago...
GMA highlights some drought tolerant turf grasses from Phillip Jennings Turf Farms. View broadcast.
Learn more about drought tolerant turf grasses that thrive with strict watering restrictions.
Learn about the decisions and turfgrass selection process the Plantation Course at Edisto in South Carolina's Low Country took.
Nine new courses from around the world have chosen to use Sea Isle Supreme grown by Phillip Jennings Turf Farms. More »»
Global Grass - One Sod Farm Takes on the International Marketplace
Turf Magazine's May issue features Phillip Jennings Turf Farms' International exporting process and facilities. View PDF.
Agriculture Commissioner Tommy Irvin took a tour of the international grass processing facility and observed the patented washing and preparation of turf grass.
Like its predecessors Sea Isle 1 and Sea Isle 2000, Sea Isle Supreme requires less nitrogen and less water than many other warm season cultivars and is an excellent choice for greens, fairways, roughs and tees.
Phillip Jennings Turf Farms is getting ready to cover its first course in wall to wall Sea Isle Supreme, the University of Georgia’s newest hybrid paspalum.
Turf from Phillip Jennings Turf Farms took center stage February 6th in the World's largest event held in Jacksonville, Florida, Super Bowl XXXIX.
Phillip Jennings Turf Farms is in the final stages of completing their new International Export Facility. Once the facility is complete it will the only one of its kind in the world.