Turf types included in the Tahoma 31 Lawn Care Program - Tahoma 31

A fine leaf warm season grass that grows exceptionally well in full sun, this variety typically presents exceptional colour is hard wearing with good drought tolerance. Tahoma 31 is being used in sports turf and residential plots and is typically seen mown at lower heights..

- Watering

Tahoma 31 may require irrigation 2-3 times a week incorporating one deep water cycle during periods of hot weather and or drought to maintain profile moisture levels in the profile. This will decrease during the cooler months.

- Fertilising & nutrients

Tahoma 31 responds well to instantly available fertilisers yet is not seen as sustainable year round. Tahoma 31 prefers lower nutritional inputs to manage overall health. CRN Controlled Release Fertilisers or slow release fertilisers are typically seen as more beneficial to overall plant health.

- Mowing and trimming

Tahoma 31 requires to be mown on a regular basis regardless of the height of cut you choose this can vary from every second day to once a week. Mowing heights with these varieties can vary from sub 10mm to 40mm.

- Weeding

This variety has a high tolerance to many herbicides available on the market, weed control is performed on a need to basis.

- Things to look out for over the year

Tahoma 31 responds well to renovation procedures conducted in growing season when the plant is actively growing, this variety of turf is known for producing less thatch than other Bermuda (Green Couch) varieties on the market. Renovating Green Couch reinvigorates the plant and will benefit from this process. Renovation procedures are recommended yearly in growth season. 

Our free 12-month program specifically designed by one of Australia’s best turf agronomists outlines an ideal care program for Tahoma 31. An easy-to-follow program that outlines specific products and there timing of applications to ensure you maintain a healthy and protected lawn year-round.