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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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Meet Kurapia at Earth Day Workshop

04.21.2017 | Category, News

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This weekend, the Community Environmental Council will host one of Santa Barbara's largest environmental events. The Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival will take place at Alameda Park on April 22nd & 23rd and Kurapia will be operating at booth #313, located next to the green car show. There is no ...
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The Desert Water Agency is a not-for-profit government agency based in Palm Springs, CA that manages groundwater in the western Coachella Valley, and serves approximately 106,000 people. As a part of their outdoor water saving tips, the Desert Water Agency recommends low water use groundcovers su...
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Second Burger Chain Installation

10.29.2016 | Category, News

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Our second installation of Kurapia sod at a famous fast food burger chain in Torrance, CA! The existing turf was replaced with drought tolerant Kurapia in order to help conserve water. Kurapia at Famous Burger Chain ...
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UC Riverside Field Day

09.15.2016 | Category, News

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At the UC Riverside Field Day held on Sept. 15, 2016, Dr. Jim Baird, UC ANR CE Associate Specialist, Dept. of Botany and Plant Sciences, UC Riverside, introduced Kurapia groundcover as a turf alternative and good option for severe drought conditions. Dr. Baird explained Kurapia’s characteristics, ...
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Watch the program! Gayle Anderson reported UC Tested Utility Ground cover, Kurapia as a new plant product that can us water and water bill on her program, Drought Watch on Los Angeles KTLA Morning News. Mr. Edward L. Wallace, a landscape contractor of Midwest Landscaping in Long Beach, Calif...
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Go watch the recorded video from Kurapia on KCAL 9 News!  Check Nick Federoff's blog at ThingsGreen on Kurapia behind screen. LOW WATER GROUND COVERMore information about Kurapia, visit Kurapia.com SoCal Water$mart Residential Rebates...
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