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Tifway (419) is a chance hybrid between Cynodon transvaalensis and C. dactylon. Tifway was released to growers of certified sprigs by the GA Coastal Plain Experiment Station in the spring of 1960. Tifway bermudagrass is a highly disease-resistant selection with a very dark greencolor. As a consequence, it maintains a desirable green color longer and with less nitrogen than most other selections. Its fine, stiff leaves make it an excellent choice for tees and fairways where greater stiffness gives the ball a better lie. Since Tifway does not produce seed, it must be propagated by planting sprigs. Tifway is well-adapted throughout the southern United States and will do well anywhere common bermudagrass will grow.

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