University of Texas at Austin Ecologist Licenses Resource-Saving Turfgrass to Bladerunner Farms to Develop Sod
A mixture of native grasses that requires less maintenance to produce a lush lawn than a traditional turfgrass used in the South has been developed by The University of Texas at Austin Wildflower Center and licensed to a sod producer.
A lawn of native grasses beats a traditional lawn grass for lushness, weed resistance, according to an ecologist from Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center of The University of Texas at Austin.
The first study to compare the performance of different types of green roofs has been completed by the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at The University of Texas at Austin and suggests that buyers shouldn't assume these roofs are created equal.
An average display of wildflowers is expected this year in Central Texas because of sparse rains, although the situation could quickly improve, according to The University of Texas at Austin's expert at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center.