Salt-tolerant Paspalum grass is used to conserve fresh water

Laid out on an arid stretch of coastal desert, the course features three lakes in its landscaped layout as well as several bunkers, native desert areas and 750 specially-planted palm trees. The lakes are now attracting birds and other wildlife. In an eco-friendly move, Sea Dwarf Paspalum turf grass has been used on the course to conserve fresh water because water is at a premium in the harsh desert environment Paspalum grass thrives on saline and brackish water and this variety, which has a smaller leaf to give a faster putting surface and truer roll, is the first to be planted in Egypt.


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