It was Auburn’s Turfgrass Research Field Day yesterday, and nothing says “Auburn Turfgrass” like a giant Auburn logo in turfgrass. Or technically, dormant bermuda grass overseeded with perennial ryegrass. But you get the idea.
Auburn fans have a proud history of showing spirit with ryegrass. Just remember, Bama—you can’t really call it “vandalism” if it actually improves an environment.
Photo: AU Turfgrass Management Facebook page.
Related: Ryegrass reminder of Iron Bowl score planted at Bryant-Denny.
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