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Consultation with seed growers and universities over the years has produced proprietary blends of hybrid grasses that have been grown and developed specifically for the Colorado climate with its warm sunny days, cool nights, and often harsh winters.

Ongoing research and testing has continued to produce improved varieties with superior strength and lower water requirements. The result is a premium turf grass grown in Colorado for Colorado. Seed varieties are tested for drought resistance, vigorous growth, color, density, and disease and insect resistance. 

Adaptability for the regions climatic conditions including extreme temperature variations is a major factor in seed selection. In a region without abundant rainfall, water requirements become extremely important. New and improved seed varieties are selected each year to produce exceptional grass seed blends.

Grass seed is one of the most important factors in growing a quality sod. Seed selections are done with great care. Seed varieties are tested for drought resistance, vigorous growth, color, density, and disease and insect resistance.

Adaptability for the regions climatic conditions including extreme temperature variations is a major factor in seed selection.

It's one thing to plant the best grass seed and another to grow the best grass. It all starts with proper soil preparation in the fields to establish optimum growing conditions.

Seeding, fertilizing, mowing, watering, weed control, must all be done at the right time to ensure the growing cycle is not interrupted. Particular attention is paid to root growth. Development of a strong root system is the key to growing great lawns.

Yes. A quality turf, such as ScienTurfic’s Eco-Turf and Sun and Shade varieties, display an extensive rooting and rhizomatous structure. Rhizomes are underground roots that allow the plant to repair itself quickly and survive prolonged periods of stress. They will vigorously knit to the soil and produce a dense and healthy turf.