CitraZoy® Zoysiagrass is a newly commercially released zoysiagrass from the University of Florida. Compared to other Florida grass variety options, CitraZoy exhibits better winter color. One attribute that was being sought in the breeding process was the ability to hold onto a strong color throughout the year in Florida. CitraZoy, which is finer-bladed, outpaces others
Measuring Up – Using the Sod Solutions Area Calculator Tool for Any Outdoor Measurements
Sod Solutions created the Area Calculator Tool to remove some of the guesswork from the sod installation process.
Innovation Zoysiagrass Scores Top Rated Turf Performance
Out of a possible turfgrass performance index (TPI) score of 86, Innovation Zoysiagrass received the highest score of 78.
Innovation Zoysiagrass Delivers Cold Tolerance & Improved Turfgrass Quality
Innovation was released in 2018 and delivers cold tolerance and improved turfgrass quality compared to Meyer Zoysia.
Innovation Zoysiagrass – The Product of 17+ Years of Research
It takes many years to develop a new grass and successfully bring it to market. Meet Innovation Zoysia, the newest zoysia from Texas A&M and Kansas State.
An Interview with Former Mississippi State University Breeder Wayne Philley
Sod Solutions interviews Mississippi State University Turfgrass Breeder Wayne Philley to discuss the Celebration X Bermudagrass program.
CitraBlue St. Augustine Acreage Map
CitraBlue St. Augustine is ready for sale in Florida. Find out where and when CitraBlue will be coming to your area in 2020.
Mow Less with CitraBlue St. Augustine
One of the interesting traits of CitraBlue is a reduced mowing frequency, especially when compared with that of Floratam St. Augustine.
The Weed Resistance of CitraBlue St. Augustine
The density of CitraBlue will stop many weeds from making it to the surface eliminating the needs for harsh, control chemicals in the landscape.
CitraBlue St. Augustine – A Known Drought Fighter
The University of Florida’s newest grass, CitraBlue St. Augustine, may not be a bermuda or zoysia, but as a St. Augustinegrass, it wants to join the drought conversation.