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Turf grass is the most used grasses in the whole world. It is commonly used in parks and synthetic turf grass in goal courses and other field sports.

Turf grass is beneficial as it slows down the rush force of flowing water, and absorbs the water to the soil and going to water reserves. Other than that, it offers a lot of benefits such as:

  • preventing erosion
  • freshen the air
  • stimulates safety
  • normalize temperature
  • removal of carbon from the atmosphere
  • minimizes noise

With accordance to turf type, by the end of the spring season, the turf will start to sprout or wither.

Ideal Mowing Height

Ask an expert and seek guidance of what is the ideal turf height. Evade cutting it off severely. Too much mowing can lead to turf stress, turf disease or worst the arising of thatch layer buildup.

Appropriate Irrigation

Apply a suitable amount of water when splashing or watering. You really need the appropriate irrigation if there is an absence of rainfall for weeks and months. Excessive turf watering is considered as a major facet of turf disease. Nonetheless, splash your turf lawn during this recommended time 10 AM and 10 PM. Evade your lawn of absorbing excessive water as this will lead the risk of having a disease.

Turf Basic Trick

The turf tricks start to wither on account of excess shade as the grass prefer to be in direct sunlight. However, if the turf wither it is surely due to shade, think into consideration of cutting off some tree branches. It will allow more sunlight to the lawn’s surface as the majority of plants needs photosynthesis.

Turf Fertilization

Turf grass is recommended to be fertilized at the time of active growth. This practice will lead to the lawn to become greener and raised new growth. Upon fertilization, there are risks as well. A multitude of turf diseases is administered by excess nitrogen. Ask turf expert for assistance.

Turf Diseases

-Summer patch (Magnaporthe poae) or necrotic ring spot (Ophiosphaerella korrae)
-Pink snow mold (Microdochium nivale)
-Large patch (Rhizoctonia solani)
-Brown patch (Rhizoctonia solani)
-Pythium blight (Pythium aphanidermatum)

Keep in mind that thatch layer buildup in grass stems surface, the turf root will slowly collapse which is unhealthy to the turf lawn.

Keep your turf grass greener and healthy. For assistance and turf for sale, contact

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