One Quick Tip to Help Your Lawn Look Great

Have you ever driven by a house with an immaculate lawn?

If so, that lawn most likely featured an alternate mowing pattern. While there are a lot of factors that go into a great looking lawn, one quick way to improve your lawn’s appearance is by simply mowing in different patterns.

Your lawn is similar to your […]

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Getting Rid of Thatch

What exactly is thatch in the first place?

It’s a combination of dead and living grass stems and roots that will harm the health and vitality of your lawn. It creates a barrier between nutrients, water and the lawn’s roots. When not treated, thatch will quickly thicken and bring insects and disease.

To take care of thatch, […]

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3 MORE Quick and Easy Lawn Hacks

Want a few more hacks to help you maintain your lawn? We’ve got you covered!

1) Use salt on your stand-alone weeds.

You know those weeds that grow up through the cracks in your driveway? Zap them away with a little salt. Keep in mind that salt can cause issues for your plants, so don’t use […]

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5 Reasons to Consider Sod for Your Lawn

Considering buying sod for your lawn, instead of seed? Here’s a few reasons why that might be a good idea.

1)Your lawn instantly looks good.

Freshly laid sod is beautiful, and you don’t have to worry about the unsightly lawn for weeks while the seeds grow in.

2) Sodded lawns have healthier roots.

Since sod lawns are grown […]

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How to Become a Licensed Turfgrass Producer

If you’re interested in growing one of our Turfgrass Group varieties, simply contact our office and apply for licensing.

Our varieties can only be produced as certified turf grasses, and we adhere to the Crop Improvement Association regulations within each state. This is to maintain to the genetic integrity of each variety of turfgrass.

When we’ve licensed […]

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Trouble in the Turf: Lack of Synthetic Turf Testing and Maintenance Puts Athletes at Risk

A disturbing investigative report by Channel 13 in Indianapolis, Indiana, revealed that many of the state’s synthetic athletic fields are not regularly tested — and some have never been tested — for surface-hardness levels a few years after installation. Crumb-rubber infill, which is added to the synthetic grass to support the “grass” blades and soften […]

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Zoysia’s Original Emergence as a Game Changer

When Ken Mangum, CGCS, chose Zeon Zoysia to grass the fairways of the Riverside Course at the Atlanta Athletic Club more than 15 years ago, his (at the time, rather radical) decision was based on a desire for the course to stand out from other local golf clubs. His choice not only worked brilliantly at […]

By |April 23rd, 2015|News, Zeon Zoysia|0 Comments