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Field Days in Oregon with a World Cup Winner
Our annual Field Days event was held on June 17th at the DLF Research Station in Philomath, Oregon. This year's event was attended by distributors from all over the United States and international regions as well. All of the major turf and forage varieties were displayed throughout the grounds, and guided tours were held in the morning and afternoon led by Chief US Breeder/Agronomist, Steve Reid. This year one variety in particular generated a lot of interest and publicity. DLF's PhD perennial ryegrass is the grass seed that's being used on all of the World Cup 2014 stadiums in Brazil, and it was developed by Steve Reid. It is produced only in Oregon's Willamette Valley. Be sure to check out some of the press including an article written in Sports & Field Management (May, 2014), the Albany Democrat Herald (June, 2014), live radio interview with Lars Larson, and video from local television news KGAL, who showed up at the Field Days event to interview Steve Reid and Rick Myers (Vice President of Professional Turf & Retail for DLF International Seeds) - and take a look at the world famous grass in it's native environment.
New Endophyte-Enhanced Forage Tall Fescue from DLF
DLF International Seeds is pleased to announce the release of the novel endophyte-enhanced forage tall fescue Martin2 Protek (TM). Martin2 Protek combines the proven genetics of Martin 2 forage tall fescue with the enhancement of the Protek endophyte.Martin 2 is an early-medium forage tall fescue selected for the transition zone. Its pedigree includes several USA varieties including Mozark, the original Martin, Cajun and three KY31 synthetics. Protek is a novel endophyte (Neotyphodium coenophialum) that does not produce detectable levels of harmful ergot alkaloids such as the toxin ergovaline.... read more here.
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