Milton Turf Types
The landscape surrounding your company's building is the image that you present to the people that see it every day. Your landscape has the potential to welcome visitors, please clients, satisfy tenants and create a pleasant environment for employees. Allied Sod Farms takes every step to ensure that your lawn is beautiful and functional as well as innovative. Our trained professionals are fully capable of exceeding your turf/ grass landscape needs and goals.
Here are some of the turf types we offer:
- Centipede is a slow-growing, low-maintenance, all purpose type of grass. it has fair to good shad tolerance and fairly good drought tolerance. Maintenance of centipede grass is low compared to other grasses. Centipede can be grown by seed, plugs, sprigs or sod. Centipede grass is supposed to be mowed at 1.5 to 2 inches every 2 weeks.
- St. Augustine has a great shade tolerance and disease and cold tolerance. The grass is widely adapted to the warm and humid climate. It does not remain green during drought conditions without irrigation. St. Augustine grass is supposed to be mowed at 2 to 3 inches every 10 days.
- Bermuda Grass is a warm season grass. Its root system is extensive and deep. It is best adapted to the hot climates. It is a great grass for golf courses, sports complexes, and regular home lawns. It requires very little maintenance. Bermuda grass is supposed to be mowed at 1 to 1.5 inches every 2 weeks.
- Zoysia Grass has a dark green color and a wide bladed leaf. It does well in the hot, humid environment. It performs well in the sandy, clay soil. It requires less maintenance than Bermuda, and has a pretty shade and cool tolerance. Zoysia grass is supposed to be mowed at 1 to 1.5 inches every 2 weeks.
- Bahai Grass ia a good low input warm season grass used in commercial or erosion control. Bahai Grass is drought and bug resistant and is a fast growing economical grass but is not shade tolerant.