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West & Pacific-Northwest
Justin Ruiz
Mid-West
Bob Kane
Mid-Atlantic
Ralph Meola
Mid-South
Jake Wylie
Gulf Coast
Cal Hill
Florida
Jeff Rampino
Southeast
Chris Butcher
Northeast
Shannon Slevin
 

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Florida | Ultradwarf Bermudagrass Florida has a subtropical climate with hot and humid summers, mild winters, and frequent rainfall throughout the year.
Midwest | Bentgrass The climate of the Midwestern U.S. is largely temperate, one where all four seasons exist. However, summers can be very hot and humid in some parts, and winters can be very cold and full of blistery snow.
Gulf Coast | Bermudagrass The Gulf Coast climate is hot and humid, with warm, arid, and semi-arid climates. The Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and Atlantic Ocean have a substantial influence on the region's climate.
Mid-Atlantic | Bentgrass/Poa Annua The Mid-Atlantic region has cold winters and hot summers. Some areas, such as eastern Maryland, experience almost 100 % humidity during the summer.
Northeast | Bentgrass /Poa Annua The Northeast has a humid continental climate, describing temperatures that vary greatly from summer to winter, and appreciable precipitation year-round
Pacific Northwest | Bentgrass / Poa Annua In the Pacific Northwest, summers are short, warm, dry, and partly cloudy; winters are long, very cold, wet, and overcast.
Mid-South | Transition | Bentgrass The Transition Zone is a region of the United States where cool temperatures and subtropical climates meet.
Mid-South | Transition | Ultradwarf Bermuda The Transition Zone is a region of the United States where cool temperatures and subtropical climates meet.
Mid-South | Warm Season | Ultradwarf Bermudagrass Warm-season grasses perform best in southern climates where summers are hot and dry or humid and winters are mild.