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the Different Types Of Sods And Its Uses

Turf is another name for a sod. sod is the grass that is held together from below. This grass is normally held together using the roots onto a material that is usually very thin. A turf is a material used to hold the roots of the grasses together. To refer to a turf in agriculture a sod is used. The are people who have the knowledge of installation of sods. For Beautification, sods are used in different places.
In golf courses and lawns is where sods are used. Across the world in stadiums sods are used. Sod can also be used in the residential areas where it is used as a decoration by landscapers. These landscapers use it to decorate homes for homeowners. in an area it reduces soil erosion. Use of a sod helps to reduce soil erosion in an environment.

Sod also is a very efficient way of increasing cooling and also improving air and also the quality of the water. By draining water sod help to avoid floods. Sod is also commonly used to repair an area of a lawn that has died. It can also repair a golf field or an athletic field that has died.
There are different types of sod which include Bermuda grass. For people of the southern states this is the best type of grass. It has aggressive growth. Many homeowners lover Bermuda grass because it is wear-resistant.

Bermuda grass is also drought tolerant. It is appropriate in a place where there is a lot of traffic. Another type of grass is the st Augustine. moist is all that this grass loves. this grass also loves sunny places. St Augustine grass also does very well in warm climates. On the lawn is where the roots of this grass attach themselves as they grow rapidly and fast. Salt levels do not affect this type of grass. thickness is one of the characteristics of this grass. Its texture is coarse. this grass is dense and also very green. Ken tuck bluegrass is another variety. it is ideal for owners with some traffic on their yard. it is green and also very thick. This type of grass is very attractive to the eyes of everyone.

Another type of grass is the centipede grass. As compared to others it normally grows slowly. Centipede grass requires no maintenance. It grows very well in a warm climate. It is also the best grass for sandy soil. It is effective for owners who want a very beautiful yard.

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