The quality of your turf can have a positive effect on your commercial property. Likewise, poor quality sod can negatively impact the look and feel of your premises. In this uncertain time when many businesses are struggling to retain existing customers or gain new ones, then every little detail counts. So, even though the growing season doesn’t return until warmer weather, we can tell you right now that waiting is not what is best for business. So, seeds the day!!
First, a Look at Seeds
Depending on the size of your commercial property, you may need to order seeds in bulk. Well, here at Quantico Creek Sod Farms, we are happy to help you figure out how to do just that! Still, the seeds need about a week or so to begin to mature. Moreover, the lawn will also need around six weeks to fully mature and become beautiful enough to make a great first impression on your visitors who have never walked in before.
So, to recap:
- Seeds are cost-effective enough to save you much valuable time and money
- The roots will go deeper, meaning your lawns will be more resilient against both winter frost and summer heat.
- Plus you can cover much more land with it so even larger properties can afford to go this route without breaking the bank.
And Now, a Look at Sods
So now let us change our focus and look at the counterpart of the seeds that you might want to cultivate. When it comes to nurturing turf, then it all depends on how fast you want it to grow. While you need to wait for seeds to get their act together, sods are ready to go and are often cut to order – which we can handle for you! Even so, you will still need to take care of it, especially while it is still delicate. Nourish it with the right amounts of water, sun, and food. Protect it against invaders such as insects, vermin, and hungry critters. You won’t have to worry about weeds all that much, but you absolutely must account for levels of foot traffic. People don’t always respect the walkways you lay down for them. It’s just human nature.
Have More Questions? Stay in Touch!
Order early, and order often to ensure the best service possible. Contact us through our online page. Find us at 27616 Little Lane, Salisbury, Maryland 21801. Our phone number is 410-726-6103, and our fax number is 410-742-6550. Speak to Jason Anderson for Turf Grass Sales. Reach him by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Finally, follow us on social media on Facebook, LinkedIn, and our blog!