In an age where technology is the rage, one of the simpler products is roll on lawn. But there is quite a bit of dedication and hard work that goes into producing a piece of roll on lawn. If you like to learn how things are done, to understand new things, visiting a turf farm might turn out to be an educational and enjoyable experience.
Types of Turf
Most of the turf farms in Western Australia grow quite a few different varieties of grass to suit the individual needs of both the people working in the landscaping business and the homeowner. Grass types like Matilda Soft Buffalo or Kikuyu can deliver results good enough to make even a fussy landscaper happy. Turf farms realise that variety is the key to making all their customers happy.
How is it Done?
The question is: how do turf farms make it all happen? Well, it’s not rocket science in its complexity but there are a few necessary steps. Not surprisingly, by mixing grass seeds and water and providing a lot of attention and love, the result is a satisfying product. By nurturing these different varieties of grass for one to three years, some specialised tools are then used to harvest the turf so that there is no damage to the root system. This is done by using a sharp blade, inserted below the roots, so that a roll of lawn can be lifted.