University of Georgia researchers pioneered the worldwide success of turfgrass in the 1950s. Today, you can find Georgia grasses on athletic fields across the globe.

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Bermuda born, Georgia sworn.

Tifway and Tifgreen, two bermudagrass hybrids developed by researchers at the UGA Coastal Plain Experiment Station, cover more golf courses, athletic fields and lawns than any other turf varieties in the world.

That's a lotta green.

With so many lots, fields and lawns sporting Georgia grass, the turf industry rings up nearly $1 billion in annual revenue. That includes turfgrass as well as landscape design and management, nurseries, garden centers, irrigation, tools, supplies and more.

Georgia-grown turfgrass

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