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Zoysia grass is thought of by many as the 'Cadillac of Lawn Grasses' because of its dark green color, density, low growth habit, not to mention its often higher price.
Zoysia is a thick, carpet-like grass that will tolerate slightly more shade than the Bermuda, but it is much slower at spreading than Bermuda. Zoysia has a dense root system and to maintain the best appearance, clippings need to be picked up while mowing. Due to its extreme hardiness, it is being used more and more on golf courses as well as fine homes. Regular watering, mowing and fertilization make Zoysia an outstanding lawn grass.
Zoysias were first introduced to the United States in the early 1900's and now there are many varieties available on the market.
Meyer Zoysia is a creeping, slow growing, warm season turf that produces a rich green color with proper maintenance. Meyer Zoysia forms a dense turf that limits weed encroachment while performing well in full sun to partial shade. The overall appearance and adaptability of Meyer Zoysia makes it an excellent choice for residential, commercial, and golf course applications. Note: Though Zoysia grasses will tolerate light shade, we've found that they do not perform well around the root systems of large shade trees unless regularly irrigated during the warm season.
Jamur Zoysia is a medium textured zoysiagrass with a distinctive blue-green color unlike any other zoysia. Jamur produces a very lush, dense turf and offers an unusually rapid recovery rate from traffic. Jamur is ideal for any turf project where you want to be noticed. Jamur is extremely wear and drought tolerant and possesses much better cold, insect and disease tolerances than the older zoysia varieties. If you are a fan of zoysia, but you insist on greater quality and characteristics, you will want to be a part of the Jamur revolution.
Zeon Zoysia is a new variety that is fast becoming one of the most popular zoysias on the market. Zeon is similar to Emerald in appearance with a fine bladed leaf texture. It is also very shade tolerant and unlike Emerald, Zeon does not have a prickly feel. Produced less thatch than other zoysia varieties except JaMur. Zeon is compatible with a wide range of soil conditions. It can handle full sun or light to medium shade. It has good drought tolerance and very few insect or disease problems. A well-maintained lawn will provide the best resistance against weeds, disease and insects. Zeon possess a very dense root system that helps prevent weed problems.
'El Toro' Zoysia grows well in both sun and shade and is very resistant to traffic. 'El Toro' has been tested to be very drought tolerant. It also is very easy to mow with a rotary mower. 'El Toro' also produces little or no thatch and is disease resistant. 'El Toro' is excellent for home lawns and golf courses. Because it is slower growing than other Zoysia's, El Toro will require less frequent mowing.
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