Long Beach Landscape Expo Report

10.25.2017 | Category, News

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On October 4th and 5th, we exhibited at the Long Beach Landscape Expo, making this the fourth year in a row. A large numbers of guests visit our booth every year. This year, however, we had many opportunities to introduce Kurapia to landscape experts and government officials. Nearly half of the g...
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We were able to introduce Kurapia to many people of Orange County who strive for environmentally friendly products, as well as hold interest in new technology and products that can survive in drought conditions. A number of Master Gardeners from Orange County have given Kurapia a positive evaluat...
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The research conducted on September 14th by the University of California Riverside aimed to learn the following information about Kurapia: Identifying the appropriate herbicides to get rid of Sedge Weed (the common name for Cyperaceae) that is in Kurapia already in use. Identifying the appro...
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The 2017 Turfgrass and Landscape Research Field Day will be held on September 14th at the University of California Riverside. Kurapia will be at Stop #8 of the 2nd Field Tour Rotation, starting at 10:30 a.m. Registration is required in advance to attend. Date: Thursday, September 14, 2017...
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2017 Long Beach Landscape Expo

08.25.2017 | Category, News

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The 2017 Long Beach Landscape Expo will be held on October 4th and 5th. It is the #1 Professional Landscape Trade Show and Educational Conference on the West Coast. Kurapia will be located at booth #1135. We look forward to seeing you there. There is a registration required to attend the Expo...
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The Annual University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources Urban Landscape and Garden Education Expo will be held on September 30. The aim of the Expo is to educate the public on methods to conserve water and promote better gardening practices. Kurapia will be holding a booth and host an ...
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Kurapia in Arizona Golf Course

07.25.2017 | Category, News

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Kurapia has been planted at a golf course in Scottsdale, AZ as a performance test. Below is a photo taken five months after a golfer took a few swings at the test area. There has been no irrigation since then, with rainwater being the only source of water, yet the turf has maintained its green color...
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The California Department of Water Resources has placed new regulations in the state’s Model Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance due to the drought in the past years. Some major changes include landscape size threshold for new development projects which are greatly reduced from 5,000 square feet t...
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The City of Long Beach planted Kurapia sod at the Cesar Chavez Park on the 27th of last month, in recognition of its low maintenance and low water usage. Kurapia should remain undisturbed for approximately a month so it can root. Once Kurapia roots firmly to the ground, anyone can sit or step on th...
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Now is the best time to see Kurapia flowers, which have been planted around the San Bernardino City Council building in January of this year after it was recognized to be of low maintenance and low water usage. They are tough enough to survive despite the heavy traffic. (Please see photo of the corn...
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