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Sunshine Growers is an authorized dealer for Southland Sod Original Marathon. Fresh sod may be picked up during regular business hours, off the lot sod is picked up on a first come first serve basis.
|OFF THE LOT SOD PRICES|
|Marathon I – Original||.84 sq. ft.||$4.20 per 5 sq. ft. roll|
|Marathon II – Dwarf||.85 sq. ft.||$4.25 per 5 sq. ft. roll|
|Marathon III Lite – 8sq. ft. per roll||1.08 sq. ft.||$8.64 per 8 sq. ft. roll|
|St. Augustine||1.66 sq. ft.||$8.30 per 5 sq. ft. roll|
|Tiffgreen – Bermuda||.84 sq. ft.||$4.20 per 5 sq. ft. roll|
|NEW Zeon Zosia||1.66 sq. ft.||$8.64 per 5 sq. ft. roll|
Minimum order of 200 sq. ft. for Delivery of sod for following days-Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
1000 sq. ft. or more FREE DELIVERY –
Under 1000 sq. ft. there will be a delivery change.
200 sq. ft. – 495 sq. ft. – $75 Delivery
500 sq. ft. – 995 sq. ft. – $50 Delivery
Sod must be Paid in Full in Advance of Delivery of Sod. No Exceptions
Southland Sod Farms is the exclusive California grower of Zeon zoysia. Zoysi warm-season grasses and as such use a minimum 25% less water than cool-season Zeon has the added benefit of sustaining itself in up to 75% shade. It has beautiful green color and medium fine texture similar to bluegrass. It can be mowed high to its hybrid bermuda cousin without building up thatch. Yet, it has high turf and density giving it great wear resestance and recovery.
|MARATHON I||.72 per sq ft.|
|MARATHON II||.74 per sq ft.|
|MARATHON III Lite||.98 per sq ft.|
|ST. AUGUSTINE||1.46 per sq ft.|
|TIFFGREEN – BERMUDA||.74 per sq ft.|
|KOREAN GRASS||4.99 per sq ft.|
|NEW ZEON ZOSIA||$1.46 per sq ft.|
|1 lb||5 lb||25 lb|
|Marathon Grass Seed|
Standard tall fescue, Very durable, Tolerates daily wear, fast growth. Excellent recovery from injury, Coarse texture, Medium green color, Tolerates up to 40% shade. Also available in soil-less Lite Sod.
Dwarf tall fescue, Durable, Tolerates weekend activity levels. Slightly reduced growth rate. Good injury recovery, Medium/coarse texture, Medium dark green, Tolerates 25% shade.
Extra dwarf tall fescue, Use ornamentally where there are low activity levels, Slow injury recovery, Substantially reduced mow dippings, Medium/fine texture, Dark green, Do not use in shade.
All members of the Marathon Family stay green year round and are deep rooted, drought resistant, and very well adapted to varying Southern California climates and soils.
Very coarse thick stemmed runners. Used primarily where shade tolerance is the top priority. Native to the southern United States where humid conditions do not permit cool season lawn varieties to flourish, Considerable thatching, Requires concrete borders for containment. Dormant in winter.
Hybrid Bermuda, Excellent as athletic field or recreational turf, Often used on golf course putting greens, Very dense, low-growing, fine textured, With consistent core and trimming will create an attractive manicured look, Develops thatch, Requires concrete borders for containment. Becomes dormant in winter.
All members of the Marathos Family stay year round and one deep rooted, drought resistant, and very well adopted to varying Southerns California Climates and Soils.
Water sod lightly after each 200 square feet is installed, to prevent wilting. After all the sod is down and rolled, turn on your sprinklers and let them run until sod is good and soaked. To keep it that way, for the first week, water until runoff begins, once every three hours at 7AM, 11AM and 2PM. During the second week water twice a day at 7AM and 2PM. During the third week water at 7AM. Eventually taper back to once every day.
Adjust according to weather and season – water more frequently during warm or windy weather. After your lawn has become established (approximately 6 to 8 weeks), water according to the following guidelines:
In addition, be sure to watch for blue-gray tint and limp areas of your lawn. This is not Fungus. It is caused by dehydration and is an indication that immediate watering is needed. This usually occurs on tops of mounds and where sprinkler coverage is not adequate.
(It is acceptable to water grass in the full sun; it will not burn the blades)