Natural Paspalum Grass Carpet Roll (also known as Sharjah Grass) 100 cm X 50 cm
Drought tolerance: Paspalum grass is known for its excellent drought tolerance. It has deep roots that can access water deep within the soil, making it more resistant to dry conditions compared to other grass varieties. This makes Paspalum a suitable option for regions with limited water availability or areas prone to drought.
Salt tolerance: Paspalum grass is highly salt-tolerant, making it ideal for coastal regions or areas with high salinity in the soil. It can withstand the challenges posed by saltwater irrigation, ocean spray, or saline soils better than many other grass species.
Low maintenance: Paspalum grass requires less maintenance compared to some other grass types. It has a slow growth rate, reducing the frequency of mowing and trimming. Additionally, it has good natural resistance to pests and diseases, which can help reduce the need for chemical treatments.
Versatility: Paspalum grass carpet is versatile and can be used for various applications. It is suitable for residential lawns, golf courses, sports fields, parks, and commercial landscapes. Its ability to adapt to different soil conditions and climates makes it a flexible choice for different projects.
Soft texture and appearance: Paspalum grass has a fine texture and lush green appearance, providing an aesthetically pleasing look to outdoor spaces. Its soft feel underfoot makes it comfortable for recreational activities and barefoot walking.
Environmental benefits: Paspalum grass is considered an environmentally friendly option. Its deep root system helps prevent soil erosion, and its tolerance to drought reduces the need for excessive watering. Additionally, Paspalum requires fewer chemical inputs and fertilizers, contributing to a more sustainable and eco-friendly landscape.
Watering on a daily basis is not beneficial to your lawn. Too much water can be just as damaging to plants as too little water and the excessive irrigation will invite future disease problems. Dry soil is an indicator that the lawn needs more water. If the soil is dry, it is dehydrated and needs water.
Four to six hours of dappled or filtered sunlight can fuel the growth of a healthy lawn.
64 and 110 degrees Fahrenheit.
The best overall fertilizer for grass is the LAWN FERTILIZER 40-5-5 because it includes the three main macronutrients formulated for your soil needs: nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.
The soil beneath your grass has a significant impact on the rate at which it grows. Warmer soil contains more energy, resulting in a higher rate of growth.