Platinum TE™ Paspalum is on the World Stage as the Exclusive Turfgrass of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar
Find out what made Platinum TE stand out as the optimal turfgrass choice for the biggest sporting stage.
Paspalum is the most salt-tolerant species of turfgrass available and requires fewer inputs than other species.
Paspalum is faster to establish and recover from injury and wear than either zoysia or bermudagrass and also performs better in low light conditions.
With a fine leaf blade and the ability to be mowed at varying heights of cut, both Pure Dynasty Seeded Paspalum and Platinum TE Paspalum can be planted from tee-to-green.
Pure Dynasty and Platinum TE possess a vibrant deep green color and superior density. Due to the wax load on its shoots, paspalum achieves striping with one pass of the mower for eye-catching fairways and fields.
No matter where your project is located, Atlas Turf can deliver.
We’ve provided turfgrass to more than 50 countries, including some of the most remote locations.
Having perfected the delivery process, Atlas Turf is able to ship live vegetative product to arrive in pristine condition.
Seeded paspalum is delivered in days instead of months.
With an extensive network of knowledgeable distributors and representatives covering the globe, we are experienced in navigating complex import regulations. And with a complete offering of seeded and vegetative paspalum products, a solution is available in countries that restrict one or the other.
Director of Sales Asia/Agronomist, Pure Seed
Ron R. Duncan, PhD
Professor Emeritus at the University of Georgia
Paul Raymer, PhD
Professor of Crop & Soil Sciences, University of Georgia
Turfgrass from paspalum seeds and stolons is very similar in color, texture, and performance. The similarities between Platinum TE and Pure Dynasty are even closer as they share the same genetics.
No. While paspalum is the most salt-tolerant turfgrass species, it cannot be irrigated with straight ocean water. The maximum recommended salt content for regular irrigation is 5,500 ppm.
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