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Tips For Finding the Best Turf Grass For Your Area

Where you live, along with the climate affects you experience, will have the greatest impact on what you can easily grow when it comes to turf grass varieties. There are three main divisions of turf grass that you can choose from based on your climate, which can impact the field turf maintenance equipment you will need. The three main zones include:

  • Northern Zone-This zone comprises the bulk of the Northern United States and all of Canada. It is defined moderate to mils summers and cold to frigid winters. Cold season type grasses are the easiest to grow and are the most common and include popular varieties such as Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, and tall fescue.
  • Southern Zone-This zone extends through the Southern United States and into Mexico. It is defined as regions with hot to sweltering summers and mild to almost non-existent winters. Turf grass varieties such as St. Augustine grass, Bermudagrass, centipede grass, and zoysia grass are what is most commonly seen in these areas.
  • Transition Zone-This zone lies between the north and south and features both hot summers as well as cold winters. This unique combination makes it a challenging area for turf grass. In most cases, blends of northern and southern grasses are needed to offer green grass in both the hot and cold seasons of the year.

Turf Grass Maintenance

When it comes to taking care of your grass, it can be a challenge to know everything that you should and should not do. With so many varieties available in each area of the country, even pros have trouble keeping everything straight and maintaining healthy beautiful grass. If you ever find that you need a helping hand, with equipment or some assistance with care and maintenance, the team here at 1st Products Inc can help! We are pros at all aspects of turf grass maintenance and can provide you with the field turf maintenance equipment to help you get the job done right and the training and experience to help you learn the tips and tricks to make your grass the best it can be.

Contact Us Today

To get started with the 1st Products Inc team, give us a call today. We offer no obligation quotes and can even schedule an on-site evaluation and consultation. Call now to get started!

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