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Using a Commercial Sod Farm for Your Next Turf Project

Maintaining a good looking, vibrant and healthy lawn is high on the list of importance for commercial property owners who understand the value of landscape investment. If you have plans to lay down new turf for your commercial property you have two options to consider - starting from scratch by planting seeds and waiting for it to grow OR laying down sod for instant greenery. The three main factors that will influence your decisions are time, budget and maintenance. Choosing a Sod Farm for Your ...

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Orlando Sod Replacement

Whether you own or manage a commercial building, apartment complex, restaurant, or a private residence in Orlando, an attractive lawn is appealing to your guests, customers, and potential buyers of your property. By simply replacing your sod, you can dramatically improve the aesthetics of your property, increase its value, and obtain more rental revenue. If you reside in Central Florida, you are probably already aware that sod that was once healthy can quickly deteriorate. Whether your lawn is e...

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Top 4 Summer Sod Tips for Central Florida Lawns

Summertime in Central Florida mean sunshine, barbecues and time spent outside with family and friends. But sudden summer downpours and powerful Florida humidity can cause summer landscapes to be especially susceptible to disease. To keep your lawn looking its best, here are our top four tips to keep your turfgrass healthy this summer. 1. Monitor Hydration It’s easy to think that the more water your grass has in our hot summers, the better off it is, but ove...

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Installing A New Lawn In Orlando

Many Orlando lawns are comprised of St. Augustine grass. St. Augustine is the most popular type of turf used in this region, as it grows very well in our subtropical climate. St. Augustine has wide blades and is a very thick, dark green grass. Its thickness, due to the formation of dense runners, make it very hard for weeds to penetrate, which makes it easy to maintain. When St. Augustine is installed in Central Florida, the time of year it is installed is crucial. St. Augustine grass will remai...

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St. Augustine Grass Maintenance In Central Florida

Irrigation The most efficient and least costly way to irrigate is to only do it when the grass requires it. Give enough water so that the soil is wet to about 4 inches deep. This encourages the roots to grow deeper, which helps the grass tolerate dry conditions better. You can tell by looking at the grass when it is time to water it again. The color will start to change to a blue-green. At this point, it’s time for another deep watering. You can also tell the grass needs waterin...

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