Meyer Zoysia, also known as Z-52, has been a successful medium bladed zoysia grass for over 60 years throughout the southern United States. Meyer is slow growing, dark green, and very dense. It also demonstrates exceptional cold tolerance.
- Dark green medium leaf texture
- Very dense
- Excellent cold tolerance
- Good salt tolerance
- Resistant to disease and insects
- Heat and drought tolerant
- Handles wear really well
Daily pricing is calculated based on products grown by farm and available truck space in your area on that day. We get great rates for helping farms fill trucks last minute and pass the savings on to you! Scheduling delivery 12 days out will usually provide the best deals, but there is limited availability! We guarantee delivery on the selected date pending weather cooperates! An asterisk next to a price indicates a DEAL. We will call or text you prior to delivery, based on your preference. Be sure your vehicle or trailer is capable of hauling sod! Each pallet can weigh up to 2500LBS. A full size truck such as an F150 or Silverado 1500 can hold 1 pallet. Most tandem axle trailers can hold up to 2. You will be emailed or texted pickup address and pickup code along with directions and instructions. Give the code to the farm or retail employee upon arrival and they will get you loaded up!
Meyer Zoysia Characteristics
- Soil test every two years.
- Amend soil to maintain pH between 6.0 and 7.0
- Know your soil type!
Sharpen blades every spring.
- Keep mowed between .5 to 2 inches
Don’t cut of more than 1/3 the blade
- Water less in cooler fall months
- About 1 inch a week total irrigation spring & summer
- Water deeply, frequently, and in early AM
Pre-emergents prevent weeds from germinating
Post-emergents kill weeds after they germinate
A thick, lush lawn is the best deterrent to weeds
- Overly wet grass + shade = fungus problems
- Apply systemic fungicide to prevent fungus outbreaks
- Use multiple fungicide applications to treat affected areas
- Use a broad spectrum insecticide that controls chinch bugs
- For a once-a-year treatment, July & August are good months
- If using a granular insecticide, water in after application
- Look for insect damage on grass blades and/ or roots