Sod Grass TypesA little something about grass
AG Sod prides itself in growing the best natural grasses for the proper climates. Below is a list of all grasses grown at AG Sod Farms. Please note that all grasses are not available in all areas due to differences in grasses and climates. If you have questions regarding a specific grass type, or which grass is best for your needs, please contact the farm nearest you (see below for our locations).
Our most popular cool-season turfgrass is a blend of improved fescue and bluegrass which has year-round dark green color. The “Plus” is that it will gradually repair minor damage over time without the need for reseeding. It has a medium leaf blade, disease resistance, partial shade tolerance and a deep root system for drought tolerance. It is easy to care for and adapts well to the varied climates and soils of the West.
This versatile blend of turfgrass species will adapt to a variety of uses and maintenance regimens. We start with a healthy stand of warm-season Hybrid Bermuda and overseed with a blend of cool-season Ryegrass and Kentucky Bluegrass. The Hybrid Bermuda tolerates heavy traffic and high temperatures. The Ryegrass and Kentucky Bluegrass tolerate shade and offer winter color. All three varieties in our Ballpark Mix have a fine leaf texture.
A fine-textured hybrid Bermuda which creates a carpet-like appearance and tolerates close mowing heights. This water conservative grass becomes dormant in the winter and may develop some thatch. Available overseeded with perennial ryegrass for winter installation jobs.
A versatile hybrid Bermuda which tolerates close mowing and is disease resistant. It spreads rapidly to provide a dense turf which is wear tolerant and heals quickly. This water conservative grass becomes dormant in the winter and may develop some thatch. Available overseeded with perennial ryegrass for winter installation jobs.
A warm season grass which offers a medium green color with a coarse, thick-stemmed leaf and texture and a creeping growth habit via stolons. Robust, fast-growing, establishes rapidly. Very shade tolerant and may go dormant in the winter.
Celebration® is an improved Bermuda grass which delivers everything a superior turfgrass should: durability, exceptional recovery, softness, and beautiful color. With deep roots and high heat tolerance, Celebration is very water conservative. This variety is the grass of choice for many high school, college and professional sports fields.
A combination of improved Kentucky Bluegrass and perennial ryegrass suited to the West. This blend provides a year-round dark green color, fine texture and a lushness and appeal unequaled by other grasses. The natural rhizome structure of bluegrass will fill in damaged areas.
Known for its drought tolerance and superior winter color over other Hybrid Bermuda grasses, TifTuf™ is fine-textured, dense and recovers quickly from wear and tear. TifTuf™ is the latest, most improved variety released from Tifton, Georgia’s renowned turfgrass program. TifTuf™ will experience some cold weather dormancy and is available overseeded with perennial ryegrass during winter.
This fine-textured Bermuda grass demonstrates excellent color, disease resistance, aggressive rooting and rapid recovery. Bred for cold tolerance, NorthBridge has a shorter dormancy period than many Bermuda grass varieties. It’s a proven winner on golf courses and sports fields. Also, well-suited to commercial and residential landscapes.
CitraBlue® St. Augustine grass was developed by the University of Florida’s turfgrass breeding program. It is known for its deep blue-green color and disease resistance. CitraBlue® has less vertical growth and allows for less mowing and maintenance. Its shade tolerance and winter color are ranked at the top of St. Augustine varieties.rooting and rapid recovery. Bred for cold tolerance, NorthBridge has a shorter dormancy period than many Bermuda grass varieties. It’s a proven winner on golf courses and sports fields. Also, well-suited to commercial and residential landscapes.
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