Centipede Sod

By: A&N Sod Supply, Inc.  11/10/2014
Keywords: Putting Greens, Artificial Grass, Turf Grass

Centipede grass is usually a light or lime green color and has a medium texture. It should not look dark green or yellow. Soil conditions should always be tested before fertilizer is applied. Bermuda grass is more salt tolerant than centipede sod, but centipede sod is more tolerant to shade. It also requires less maintenance than Bermuda grass. It is also slow growing, so it is ideal for yards and lining walkways and flowerbeds. It is not as invasive as Bermuda grass. It can be mowed closely, but it is important to use a sharp blade. If it is mowed too high, you may run into problems with the grass, such as dead patches. There are different varieties of centipede sod, but the most common is Georgia Centipede. This variety was introduced by the University of Georgia. Researchers conducted studies to create this popular variety of grass. It is considered to be the best variety, because it stays greener for a longer period of time and is more drought resistant than other varieties and is designed for poor and acidic soil. This means that water can be conserved if necessary when maintaining the grass. It can be used residentially, for landscaping, and to reduce soil erosion. Centipede sod is grown throughout the Southeast region of the United States. Homeowners prefer this type of grass, because it doesn’t require as much maintenance as some other types. It is aptly named "Lazy Man Grass".It has an attractive color and is resistant to high temperatures. It grows best in the Southern half of Georgia, but we distribute it all throughout the state. If you have any question about centipede sod or any other types of sod, please contact us.

Keywords: Artificial Grass, Artificial Lawn, Backyard Putting, Centipede Grass, Fake Grass, Putting Greens, Sod & Sodding Service, Sod Farms, Sodding Contractor, Turf Farm, Turf Grass

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