HOW TO PREPARE THE SITE

Follow these simple steps for a beautiful, healthy and trouble-free lawn.

POST INSTALLATION CARE

The Lawn Institute will help you maintain a thick, healthy lawn after natural turf grass sod has been installed.

HOW TO WATER

Proper watering techniques are important. Here are several helpful suggestions.

Welcome to South Texas Turf

THE LARGEST TURF FARM IN THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY

FLORATAM ST. AUGUSTINE

We Specialize in growing the best Floratam St. Augustine Grass found in South Texas.

COMMON BERMUDA

Common bermuda grass is drought resistant, grows on many soils, and makes a good turf.

BERMUDA TIFWAY 419

Tifway is a hybrid bermudagrass cross of Cynodon dactylon x C. transvaalensis germplasma.

The Right Choice

WHY CHOOSE SOUTH TEXAS TURF

WE KNOW OUR STUFF

We have years of experience providing the Rio Grande Valley with the most beautiful Grass.

WE STACK OUR GRASS THE RIGHT WAY

We have a process that we use for every pallet to ensure a good and tight product for our customers.

WE ARE LOCAL

We believe in servicing our local community and want to provide the best service to all our customers.

CONTACT US TODAY TO GET THE FRESHEST GRASS IN THE RGV!

Make your dream a reality.

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When we are open

OUR OFFICE HOURS

  • Monday8:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Tuesday8:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Wednesday8:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Thursday8:00PM - 5:00PM
  • Friday8:00AM - 5:00PM
  • SaturdayClosed
  • SundayClosed

Tips for Watering

REQUIREMENTS

  • Avoid hand watering because it cannot provide uniformity.
  • Understand each sprinkler has its advantages and disadvantages.
  • IN-GROUND SYSTEMS require professional installation, routine adjustments and proper maintenance to be effective.
  • Watering difficult areas such as slopes and under trees requires special attention to achieve maximum coverage and uniformity.
  • The amount of water your lawn requires and receives will determine its overall health, beauty and its ability to withstand use and drought.
  • One inch a week is a watering “rule of thumb” (by rain or watering) suggested for most lawns.

The Process

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