From NationalGeographicVideo, produced by National Geographic
In Miami, one golf course has found a way to save hundreds of thousands of dollars and save the environment, too. Most golf courses rely heavily on fertilizers and lots of water to keep their grass nice and green. This golf course uses a special grass (Seashore Paspalum) that can be watered with brackish water or water out of sewage plants instead of potable water. This grass also requires about half the fertilizer of other grasses. Run time 02:50.