Tifgreen has a very fine texture and a bright green color. This variety was originally developed for use on golf course greens and is your best choice if you prefer a highly manicured appearance. Tifgreen is still used on some golf greens, but it also makes an excellent choice for fairways and home lawns. Tifgreen can be mowed with a sharp rotary mower, however, we recommend a reel mower for best results.
Texture: Very fine
Damage recovery: Fair
Shade tolerance: Poor
Salinity tolerance: Moderate
Drought tolerance: Fair
Mowing height: 1/4″ to 3/4″
Recommended Mower type: Reel or sharp rotary
Deliveries Can be Scheduled at Checkout
Please place your order at least 48 hrs in advance of the day you would like your order delivered to ensure your delivery date.
During peak season up to 5 days notice is required for delivery
Turf grass is a perishable product. It does have to be Installed the same day it is delivered. If the turf grass goes bad you will still be charged for it. The turf grass will have to be reordered & you will be responsible for this payment too.
PAYMENT TERMS: ALL ORDERS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE WITH A CREDIT/DEBIT CARD
BEFORE DELIVERY CAN BE SCHEDULED
ALL TURF IS CUSTOM HARVESTED TO ORDER/WE CAN NOT ACCEPT CANCELLATIONS OF TURF ONCE IT HAS BEEN CUT
ALL VARIETIES SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY/PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
YOU HAVE THE OPTION TO CANCEL IF THE PURCHASED PRICE IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
Tifgreen 328, Tifway 419, Siempre Verde Fescue
Watering & Maintenance
Newly installed lawns should be kept consistently wet for the first 7-10 days. Average watering time per cycle should be 5-20 minutes, 4-6 times per day.
If you notice water beginning to puddle, decrease the watering time. Once your lawn is established, reduce your watering to 2-3 times per week. Early morning watering is always the best.
|Number of Weeks||Times||Duration|
|First 2 Weeks||4 Per Day||5-10 min|
|3rd Week||1 Per Day||10-25 min|
|Established Lawns||2-3 Per Week||10-45 min|
Winter Schedule (Overseeded Only)
|Number of Weeks||Times||Duration|
|First 2 Weeks||2 Per Day||10-15 min|
|3rd Week||1 Per Day||15-20 min|
|Established Lawns||1-2 Per Week||10-45 min|
To begin maintaining your lawn, you should start mowing no sooner than 2 weeks after installation. Mow frequently enough so that you remove no more than 1/3 of the height of the leaf at one time.
Use a fertilizer high in nitrogen with a ratio similar to 29-2-4 with iron, or 28-0-4 with iron. Be sure to adjust your watering schedule as the weather changes.
Perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne) and annual ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum) may be used to overseed dormant bermudagrass lawns. They provide a green cover during the winter when this warm-season grass goes dormant and turns brown after frost. Alternatively, they can be used as a winter cover to help prevent erosion on new lawn areas where the permanent grass has not yet been planted. Keep in mind that overseeding may even retard the bermudagrass unless it is managed correctly in the spring because the ryegrass competes for moisture, sunlight, and nutrients. An established winter lawn requires the same maintenance as a permanent lawn. Mow when the grass is tall enough to cut, about 1 to 2 inches. Thereafter, mow to 1- to 1½-inches tall whenever the grass reaches a height of 2 to 2½ inches.
Make sure the mower blade is sharp to prevent ripping the ryegrass blades. If the ryegrass is properly fertilized, weekly mowing may be necessary. Ryegrass normally dies out in late spring, but if cool weather prevails, it can become persistent. To discourage the ryegrass, fertilizer applications should be made no later than mid-to late January. If possible, allow the lawn to remain on the dry side. This will stress the ryegrass and allow the transition back to warm-season turfgrass. However, do not allow the permanent grass to suffer from a lack of water at this time. In the spring, mow the ryegrass down to one-inch in height, which will weaken it and allow the permanent grass to rejuvenate. Be sure to not scalp the permanent lawn as this could also cause a delay in transition (i.e., green up in the spring). When the permanent grass resumes growth, begin regular maintenance, especially fertilization.