Turf: The Best Places to Play Golf in the World
TSG built this 16-field natural grass complex on 32 acres using the highest quality standards for natural turf sports construction. The City of Foley required that these fields be the highest quality in their region for tournament play, and TSG once again delivered a great solution to a very happy client.
TSG designed and built a combination soccer and futsal facility using synthetic turf at the Mercy Street Sports Complex in Dallas, Texas. The fields are all adjacent to each other and share parking and concessions.
TSG created a unique indoor space that includes sports performance areas for baseball, softball and soccer. TSG designed and installed all of the synthetic turf fields and also the retractable netting systems.
Our artificial turf products are proudly manufactured in the USA. We only deliver the highest quality to you. Even better, our prices are the best in the business. Our friendly and knowledgeable sales professionals are waiting to help you find the perfect turf for your yard.
Turf Star Western (TSW) serving as the west coast Toro distributor since 1922, covers Washington, Oregon, California, Baja Mexico, Northern Idaho, Northern Nevada and Alaska. In addition to Toro products, TSW carries other major lines of turf maintenance equipment, construction equipment and vehicles, including Club Car, Ventrac, Harper, Salsco and Foley Grinders. We proudly serve golf courses and private clubs, professional sports teams and professional golf tournaments, in addition to tax-supported entities, colleges and universities, cemeteries, groundskeepers, landscape and construction contractors. We strive to help our customers enrich the beauty and sustainability of their grounds through innovation and technology, while being the most trusted leader in the industry. Everyday. Everywhere.
Rhizomatous Tall Fescue (RTF) is an advanced generation of turf-type tall fescue, which produces rhizomes. A rhizome is an underground stem that penetrates through the soil to spread the plant. Rhizomes send shoots up to the soil surface while extending new roots downward, forming a new plant. Rhizomes provide RTF the unique ability to fill in bare spots in the lawn. If an area in the turf is damaged, the rhizomes extend underground into these open areas, sending up new growth to repair the damaged or thin turf. RTF sod is always dense and uniform.
We are a family run business with over 40 years experience in the turf industry. Turf Inc. grows and markets over 250 acres of quality turf annually. We take great pride in providing an unparalleled level of service to our customers.
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Turf Magazine advances the growth, environmental outreach and profitability of the turf and landscape industry by providing green industry company owners and other industry professionals with cutting-edge information.
"We're conserving 26 million acre-feet of H2O by 2038, enough to fill Lake Powell. "On average, every square foot of water-consuming natural grass we convert to N2N Artificial turf conserves up to 15 gallons of H20 annually. Learn about our story and how you can help. Contact us and get involved.
The intent of the Turf Replacement program is to have businesses remove their existing grass and to replace it with organic, drought tolerant landscaping. Please note, synthetic turf is not an approved conversion option for this program. Following the success of other incentive programs focusing on landscaping and turf grass removal, the Turf Replacement program aims to combine turf removal, irrigation modification and rainwater retention or filtration to support reuse or soil absorption of rainwater. Every turf replacement project will include:
A leading synthetic turf company in North America, Shaw Sports Turf has demonstrated industry leadership in both quality and innovation for more than two decades with thousands of successful installations, and an impressive list of high-profile customers. Engineered for performance and safety, Shaw Sports Turf features a product line designed specifically to meet the needs of athletes and sports programs.
Late spring and summer treatments include more pre-emergent materials to provide extended weed control through the growing season. These treatments also include specialty fertilizers and post-emergent materials for overall turf health and color and knocking back existing weeds.
Fall and early winter treatments include pre- and post-emergent applications designed to control invasive winter annual weeds such as poa annua, henbit, and others. These treatments also include root fertilizers to maintain turf health during winter dormancy, making your turf that, much stronger in the spring.
This treatment includes more pre-emergents for extended weed control and post-emergents to reduce the number of existing weeds. Core Aeration and Overseeding is highly recommended for Fescue lawns from late August through October. Most Fescue lawns will lose up to 30% of the turf during hot summers in the south and Core Aeration and Seeding help to re-establish any bare or thin areas in the lawn affected by summer heat and disease.
This treatment is focused on new seed establishment and turf recovery from the hot weather stresses of summer. A balanced starter fertilization followed by a slow-release fertilizer are applied to provide the nutrients required to bring seedlings to maturity. Weed controls are withheld until new seedlings are well-developed and can survive treatment.
I feel that Turf Masters lives up to their name and has my lawn looking like it is true Astroturf. My grass has not had a single outbreak of weeds or any patches of dead grass in the two years since I bought my home. The quality of their work has been the reason that I have been coming back each year.
Looking to save money on your water bill, reduce outdoor water use and beautify your yard with Colorado native plants and landscaping? The Town of Erie would love to help! Our turf replacement rebate program offers up to $2,000 for qualified projects.
If you have an upcoming lawn project looking to install water efficient gardens or grass, you might qualify. Landscaping project options include replacing your lawn with water-wise gardens or low water use grasses and you can design your new low-water use landscape project yourself or work with a landscape professional. If your project covers at least 200sqft of maintained irrigated turf grass with low/no water wise plantings, you qualify!
Submit your landscape upgrade plans and rebate applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. Rebate funding is first come, first served and is contingent upon project completion and walkthrough by a Town of Erie rebate representative. Rebates will be available for eligible projects as funding allows.
City of Modesto water customers may be eligible for a $2 per square foot rebate when they convert their existing grass area with any qualifying artificial turf products or drought tolerant landscape products. The rebate amount may not exceed $3,000 per residential City of Modesto water account and/or $6,000 per commercial City of Modesto water account. Funding is limited and applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. The City reserves the right to terminate this program at any time and for any reason.
The Mississippi State University has developed a hydroponic method of cultivating sod. For the very few sod farms that export turf internationally, this soilless sod may travel both lighter and better than traditional sod. Additionally, since the sod is not grown in soil, it does not need to be washed clean of soil down to the bare roots (or sprigs), so time to export is shortened.
Many prized cultivars (such as Bella Bluegrass, a brand-named dwarf variant of Kentucky Bluegrass) can only be reproduced vegetatively[non-primary source needed] rather than sexually (via seed). For these, sod cultivation is the only means of producing additional plants. To grow these varieties for sale, turf farms use a technique called sprigging, where recently harvested sod mats are cut into slender rows and replanted in the field.
Tall fescue (Festuca spp.) is a cool-weather group of grasses originating in Europe, commonly used as sod. It is moderately tolerant to both drought and cold, and as such is especially popular in inland temperate environments referred to in the turf and landscaping industries as the "transition zone", where summers are too hot for most cool-weather grasses, yet winters are too cold for most warm-weather grasses. Fescue is well-adapted to clay soils, moderately shade-tolerant, and somewhat resistant to disease, yet vulnerable to the diseases brown patch and Fusarium patch. It grows most actively (and thus provides the most desirable appearance) in spring and fall, and requires frequent watering during summer. Due to its bunch-type growth habit (unique among common sod grasses), it will not spread undesirably or invade adjacent areas once sodded, yet neither will it fill in voids, and periodic maintenance (such as overseeding with Fescue seed) may be required to sustain a homogeneous surface. It has poor wear tolerance compared to Bermuda grass, making it less popular for applications such as athletic fields.
Bermuda grass is quite commonly used for golf courses and sports fields across the southern portions of the United States. It tolerates a range of climates in the U.S., from hot and humid lagoons, inlets, and bays of the Gulf Coast, to the arid expanses of terrain like plains and deserts in the Southwest and parts of the Lower Midwest. Established bermuda grass is a network of shoots, rhizomes, stolons, and crown tissue together that usually form a dense plant canopy. This dense plant canopy can be used to propagate clonal varieties by sod, sprigs, or plugs. The aggressive and resilient nature of Bermuda grass makes it not only an excellent turfgrass but also a challenging and invasive weed in land cultivated for other purposes. Its one noted weakness is its relatively low tolerance of shade. Given the economic importance of Bermuda grass (as a sod product, agricultural forage, and, at times, as an invasive weed), it has been the subject of numerous studies.