No-Till putting green renovations have taken place on golf courses for many years. What sets the MiniVerde™ No-Till process apart from other Ultra Dwarf plantings is MiniVerde™’s superior rooting, lower thatch accumulation, and superior putting surface. The No-Till MiniVerde™ renovation and planting process is simple and can be performed by most golf course maintenance staff.
If your facility is interested in finding out more about the No-Till MiniVerde™ process, please contact Phillip Jennings Turf Farms and a qualified member of our sales team will help you decide if your facility is a candidate for the process. Phillip Jennings Turf Farms is the exclusive grower of MiniVerde™ for sales outside of the United States of America.
For sales inside the United States, please visit the MiniVerde™ website.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is No-Till Planting?
No –Till MiniVerde™ planting is the replacement of a turfgrass on a putting green with minimal disruption to the underlying root zone.
How Does it No-Till Planting work?
No- Till MiniVerde™ planting is a process of mowing, verticutting, coring, and topdressing. All of equipment needed for this process can be found in a typical golf course maintenance facility.
How long does it take for No-Till Planting to grow in and make a puttable playing surface?
Typical grow-in time from the start of the process to when greens can be played on is seven to eight weeks.
How Can I be confident that No-Till Planting will work on my golf course?
In the past ten years over 300 golf courses in the United States have converted their putting green surfaces using this method.
Who is a candidate for No-Till Planting?
Golf courses with contaminated and outdated turfgrass.
Who is not a candidate for No-Till Planting?
Golf courses with poor drainage and an undesirable sub surface. In addition, golf courses that want to have architectural design changes on their putting greens.