Quality Sod & Chipping Potatoes
9350 Hastings Blvd.
Hastings, FL 32145
Grass is Good for the Environment
helps to cool the environment, reduces carbon
in the air around you and controls
a hot day, lawns will be 30 degrees cooler than asphalt and 14 degrees
than bare soil. The front lawns of eight houses have the
cooling effect of
about 70 tons of air conditioning.
lawns reduce stormwater runoff by purifying water passing through its root zone.
absorbing and deflecting sounds, life's a little quieter with a lawn.
and seasonal pollens that cause allergies first have to get through
to get to you.
square feet of lawn absorbs carbon dioxide from the atmosphere
enough oxygen daily for a family of four to survive.
to medium green in color, St. Augustine varieties, including Floratam, Palmetto
and Seville, generally grow fast, establish themselves rapidly and require only
low to moderate maintenance. Give your St. Augustine lawn a good soaking every
three to six days to bring out its eye-catching tones.
- A popular choice among Florida homeowners,
Floratam is adaptable to many soil conditions. With a plush appearance, Floratam
thrives in direct sunlight.
- Performs well in many environments including
full sun or shade. Thrives in moderate to heavy shade, and is drought tolerant
due to its deep, heavy root system. Has an exceptional dark green color.
- Blue-green in color with excellent color retention, Seville tolerates
salt, shade, and drought well. Its long leaf blade gives it a unique appearance
preferred by many homeowners.
grass is a good low input warm season grass. It provides a decent "medium utility"
turfgrass lawn in Southern state areas and has a beautiful light green color.
Bahia turf requires a moderate amount of lawn care, maintenance and mowing.
Sod Growers Cooperative
farms is a family owned and operated farm growing potatoes and sod.
Johns, Jr. established the farm in 1975 and is the 4th generation in his family
to grow potatoes in Florida.
over 30 years Tater Farms grew potatoes and cabbage, then planted its first crop
of St Augustine sod in 2005. In
2006 Eric Hjort came on board as farm manager, bringing 10 years of sod production
experience with him.
Tater Farms grows over 400 acres of Floratam, Seville, Palmetto and Bahia sod
in addition to it's potato crop. Whether
growing potatoes or sod, Tater Farms is committed to delivering quality and service
to all of our customers.
2011 Tater Farms, LLC