Chewings: Radar, Zodiac, Fairmont, Shadow II, Longfellow III, Ambassador and Ambrose
Creeping: Marvel, Wendy Jean Navigator II, Pathfinder, Kent, Gibraltar Gold, and Lustrous
Hard: Jetty, Beacon, Firefly, Sword, Gladiator, Spartan II, Reliant IV, and Blueray
Slender Creeping: SeaMist
Evolution, Xcelerator, Fastball RGL, Pangea, Rinovo, Wicked, Pizza II, Stellar 3GL, Metolius, Ruckus, GrandSlam GLD, Karma, Benchmark, Manhattan 6, Homerun, Apple SGL, Sideways, Sox Fan, Silver Dollar, Peridot, Pharaoh, Expedite, Shield, Umpqua, Provost, Spark, Vision, Intense, and Amazing A+
For decades, improved perennial ryegrass varieties developed at Rutgers have been used to dress the fairways, tees, and roughs of the Augusta National Golf Club, which hosts the Masters Tournament each spring.
Martha, Bluebank, Blue Note, Midnight, Skye Avid, Mazama, Dauntless, Merlot, Fargo, Bolt, Zinger, Brooklawn, Wild Horse, Shamrock, Midnight II, Heidi, Mercury, Bewitched, Ridgeline, Gaelic, Shannon, Zinfandel, Diva, Hampton, Volt, Fullback, and Malbec
Sod growers throughout the United States recognize Rutgers for developing some of the most desirable bluegrass varieties, known for producing attractive and disease-resistant turf for sports fields, conventional lawns, and scenic landscapes.
Regenerate, 4th Millennium, Annapolis, Rebounder, Traverse 2 SRP, Raptor II, Hot Rod, Avenger, Supersonic, Amity, Paramount, Valkyrie LS, Titanium, Firecracker SLS, Titanium, Leonardo, Firebird 2, Screamer LS, Cochise IV, Rambler 2 SPR, Rowdy, Trinity, Xtender, Mustang 4, Monet, Falcon IV, and Rebel 5
Creeping: Barracuda, Luminary, Declaration, Proclamation, Shark, 007, PinUp, Authority, L93XD Tyee , Piranha, Chinook, Cohoo, and V8
Colonial: Musket, Heritage, Puritan, and Capri
Improved varieties developed at Rutgers have been selected to seed some of the most famous and well-respected golf courses in the world.
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Dr. William Meyer