Round 3 - Sir Grange vs TifTuf
Welcome to Round 3 of Battle of the Turf Varieties - it is time for TifTuf and Sir Grange to go head to head!
If you are looking at a yard makeover, definitely do your research into both ‘Sir Grange’ and ‘TifTuf varieties’. They are great options for Queensland homes and come with a range of benefits for you and your family – even your furry, four legged friends will be impressed!
These comparisons are designed to help you make some decisions regarding choosing a turf variety suited to your home, however if you would like some further information regarding either TifTuf or Sir Grange turf, give Rosemount Turf a call on (07) 5448 6398.
Sir Grange Turf
Sir Grange turf, otherwise known as Sir Grange Zoysia or Sir Grange, was created at Bladerunner Farms in Texas, USA under the name ‘Zeon Zoysia’. Chosen from over 10,000 other varieties, Sir Grange was originally created with golf courses in mind but, after considering all its beneficial characteristics, it was deemed great for residential use too. Sir Grange is what is known as a Zoysia Matrella, being one of the slowest growing turf leaf options currently available on the market.
- Low mowing requirements as slow leaf growth rate.
- Heat and shade resistant, due to great adaptation to different climates.
- Dense vertical growth results in high surface strength and visual appeal.
- Drought tolerant.
- Low maintenance turf variety.
- Strong leaf blades due to high levels of silicon.
- Naturally resistant to both diseases and pests.
- Weed resistant.
- Soft and densely mattered, so great for barefoot walking.
TifTuf, commonly called TifTuf Bermuda or TifTuf Hybrid Bermuda, is a lawn variety that was created in the USA after 25+ years of testing and development. Chosen from over 30,000 other options, TifTuf is another great choice for residential lawns, as well as sports fields and golf courses.
- Wear tolerant, due to dense growth.
- Better simulation of photosynthesis – results in requiring 50% less sunlight than other Couch grass options.
- Weed tolerant.
- Both pest and disease tolerant.
- Drought tolerant, requiring less water than other varieties.
- Colour retention all year round.
- Eco-friendly and sustainable, due to low watering needs.
- Offers genetic purity.
Which variety should you choose?
When it comes down to it, both TifTuf and Sir Grange have a range of benefits for households of all shapes and sizes. From drought tolerant to low maintenance to colour retention, the advantages are plentiful but it ultimately depends on you and your turf needs. Have a chat to your local turf specialist to find out more!
Sir Walter DNA Certified Buffalo Grass
Sir Walter DNA Certified Buffalo Grass has proven itself to grow anywhere from almost full shade to extreme sun and heat. Sir Walter is an Australian product which is bred to be tough against extreme conditions. It requires very little mowing and fertilising throughout the year.
TifTuf Bermuda Grass
TifTuf is the result of almost twenty-five years of research and development. It was hand selected from 30,000 different varieties of Bermuda turf. It has shown itself to be superior against drought, shade and wear tolerance – while maintaining its winter colour and quality year-round.
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