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• withstands up to 60% shade and can perform better in shade than other hybrid Bermuda turfgrasses


• provides a vigorous-growing lawn Sun or shade, TifGrand has you covered.


• possesses a fine-textured, dark green leaf (finer than Tifway)


• produces a plush lawn with reduced water and fertilizer (nitrogen) requirements than other Bermudas, especially when grown in full sun


• establishes aggressively from sod


www.supersod.com for grass facts, how-to information, outlet


locator, free Request for Quote form or call us at: 800-535-1320


Outlets located in Ft. Valley, Valdosta, and 3 locations spanning Atlanta


CONTAINERS


Super-Sod locations: Forest Park


Atlanta Farmers Market


16 Forest Parkway, Shed 39 • 404-363-1932 Marietta


5058 Canton Rd. NE • 770-516-3255


Gwinnett / Lawrenceville 609 Airport Rd. • 770-277-7745 Ft. Valley / Perry


287 Sod Farm Rd. • 478-987-0776 Valdosta


3983 Inner Perimeter Rd. • 229-247-6242 Contact us now at 800-535-1320 or www.SOIL3.com to find out more. FLOWER BEDS AND LAWNS 47


Soil3 Benefits: • Organic and OMRI listed.


• Build good soil structure with Soil3 by reducing compaction, improving aeration, and increasing nutrient retention.


• Provides enough nutrients for season-long growing and up to 4 years without additional fertilizer.


• Retains Moisture with four times the water retention of regular soil. • Inoculated with beneficial soil microbes that help root growth.


• Suppress diseases by introducing micro-organisms that minimizes the need for harmful chemicals.


• Produced via a natural, high-heat composting method to reduce weeds. RAISED BEDS


UAC MAGAZINE • NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2012


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