May 24 2012
Landscapers often uses sods as perfect material for home lawns, golf courses, commercial properties and other establishments who needs a place to relax and spend leisure activities. Atlanta sods are one of the most recommended turfs around Georgia.
It is planted in specialist’s farms which provides proper maintenance, irrigation, fertilization and harvested after 10 to 18 months of planting. It can be sold in retail from 12 inch square stabs to wholesale like 48 inches wide in rolls. Some sods are already trading it internationally with various types for more preferences.
A lot of companies offer services such as sod installation, on-call maintenance, irrigation repair, hydro seeding and mostly landscape design. Often seen on the internet or even in the yellow pages, you can contact them in an instant, provides great and affordable deals and propose a quotation before they will install it. And also, there are wide varieties of Atlanta sods you could choose from.
The most sensitive turf of them all is the Fescue grass. It cannot resist on drought and heat. It needs to watered regularly especially during summer. Fescue grass is highly suggested to be planted or installed on fall season, this is to establish its roots unto the ground before spring and summer comes. Another one is St. Augustine sod. This type of grass could not handle the cold weather but can usually grow on hot and moist areas.
Contradicting to Fescue and St. Augustine, Centipede turfs has the lowest maintenance; its colors are very eye-catching and heat resistance. And so is Zoysia, it grows slowly so it has low maintenance in mowing. It can typically survive on clay or sandy soil. It is resilient on weed and disease, too. It can tolerate sunlight, shady areas or even drought.
Lastly, the most common and well-known Bermuda grass, this is often used for landscaping in home lawns, athletic fields like golf courses and soccer fields and commercial establishments. It has different variations, can grow in full sunlight and weed and disease resistant.
In choosing the right grass on your home lawns or even in your desired property, you need to find first what type of soil you have, you need to consider climate and consult first the experts on sods.