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  • Ningxia Bornstein Import & Export Co., Ltd

  •  [Guangdong,China]
  • Business Type:Organization , Trade Company , Manufacturer
  • Main Markets: Africa , Asia , Middle East
  • Exporter:41% - 50%
  • Description:Zoysia Grass,Zoysia Turf Grass,Zoysia Decorative Grass,Turf Grass Seeds
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Ningxia Bornstein Import & Export Co., Ltd

Zoysia Grass,Zoysia Turf Grass,Zoysia Decorative Grass,Turf Grass Seeds

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Golf Field Zoysia Grass

Zoysia scientific name Zoysia japonica Steud gramineae Zoysia is a perennial herb Horizontal rhizome and fibrous root thin Stem erect base often persistent withered leaf sheath Leaf sheath glabrous Ligule cilia Blade flat or slightly within the...

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Zoysiagrasses are warm season grasses native to China, Japan and other parts of Southeast Asia. The species was named to commemorate an 18th century Austrian botanist, Karl von Zois. In 1911, Zoysia matrella was introduced into the United States from Manila by a U.S.D.A. botanist, C. V. Piper. Because of its origin the grass was commonly called Manila grass.

Piper described the grass as abundant on or near the seashore in the Philippine Islands. When closely clipped, it made a beautiful lawn according to Piper's notes. He suggested that the grass had unusual promise as a lawn grass along the Gulf Coast and Atlantic coast of Florida.

Zoysia japonica, sometimes called "Japanese lawn grass" or "Korean lawn grass", is a coarser textured, but more cold hardy species than Zoysia matrella. Zoysia japonica was introduced into the United States in 1895 from the Manchurian Province of China. In the United States, Zoysia japonica could be expected to do very well as far north as Maryland. It is a seeded variety of Zoysia.

The third species of Zoysia used for turf is called Korean velvet grass or Mascarene grass, Zoysia tenuifolia. It is a very fine textured species, but is the least cold tolerant of the three species. Zoysia tenuifolia is native to the Far East and was introduced in the U.S. from the Mascarene Islands. In the U.S. it is used in southern California as a low growing ground cover.

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