A Grade Quality Turf – Inspected by Me

At Coastal Turf we believe that A grade quality should be top of the line grade turf. A Grade Grass should be thick fluffy GREEN and gorgeous. We hand load your turf onto your pallet to be delivered so you can be assured that if we feel that one slab is not good enough, we throw it away from your pallet. Each slab is carefully inspected as it comes up the conveyor belt to make sure it is a grade. That is usually my job. And I have been told that I can be a bit obsessive. We don’t have a machine that quickly zips up the rows and cuts then stacks your grass away not knowing what type of grass it is meant to be or how it is meant to feel, or look or smell. At Coastal Turf we have the real personal touch. There is not a slab that goes off the farm that has not been touched by one of us to make sure it is Go for Green.

Some times even the Dog gets involved. But I am the real grader. Keith just thinks that because I run my hands over the turf their must be something good about them. And there always is.

Keith the inspector

Keith the inspector




But not all of us have the money for Top of the line grass. But even when you don’t have the money for Top line grass, you still expect quality turf to come to your house. And that is a big priority for us here. You may be ordering the B grade but B is NOT for Bad. B is for Beautiful. When you are putting turf in the transformation from dirt to green , or weeds to a green mat is amazing. And that doesn’t mean it costs a fortune. But getting the right grass for the right place at the right time for the right price is what we strive for at Coastal Turf.

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  1. Turf grass is often used for playing fields, golf courses and parks. Well-grown turf grass is a thick carpet that provides a natural cushion, reducing the danger of serious injury from falls. A lush turf lawn is highly prized among homeowners.

  2. After 14 days: After this time the turf will have started to root and you should begin a more regular watering routine. Less frequent but deeper watering is recommended. This encourages deep rooting, which is vital in achieving drought tolerancy. Shallow waterings cause the root system to grow near the surface. Over time the roots will follow the water down into the soil and you will have lush healthy turf. Water near buildings, pavements and reflective areas more often as the turf will be drier. Water anytime the turf has a dry pale blue/grey colour or if the grass does not spring back after walking on it. Ideally, water in the early morning as evaporation from the leaf is quite rapid.