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2019 Bentgrass (Greens) Report-Posted
2019 Bentgrass (Fairway) Report-Posted
2019 Cool-Season Low Input Report-Posted

NTEP Data for Each State

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The National Turfgrass Evaluation Program (NTEP) is designed to develop and coordinate uniform evaluation trials of turfgrass varieties and promising selections in the United States and Canada. Test results can be used by national companies and plant breeders to determine the broad picture of the adaptation of a cultivar. Results can also be used to determine if a cultivar is well adapted to a local area or level of turf maintenance.  For more information see Information or Contact Us.



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Latest News

July 16, 2020
A webinar outlining progress made on a database to better search, analyze and output NTEP data is now available. Find the webinar link in our News Room

June 15, 2020
NTEP is finalizing plans for three turfgrass trials to be planted this fall – bentgrass (putting green), bentgrass (fairway/tee) and fineleaf fescue. Entry application forms and other information are now available in the News Room

September 12, 2019
NTEP has established new trials of bermudagrass, zoysiagrass and warm-season grasses for putting greens. Please go to our News Room for more information

November 20, 2014
NTEP has established new trials of bentgrass for putting greens and fairways, as well as fineleaf fescue. Please go to our News Room for more information



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Update Date
(Data for Years)
   Bentgrass (Putting Green) Report
2019
7/16/20
2019
7/9/20
2019
7/2/20
2019
6/10/20
2019
6/10/20
2019
6/4/20
2019
5/20/20
2019
5/7/20
2019
4/26/20
2019
4/6/20
2019
2/27/20
2019
2/13/20
2019
2/7/20
2018
9/25/19
2018
9/11/19
   Bentgrass (Putting Green) Report
2018
9/11/19

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