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- 03/30/17--06:07: _Which Cut of Zoysia...
- 04/22/17--05:43: _Planting Tools for ...
- 05/03/17--11:00: _Acidity & How to Cope
- 05/19/17--06:36: _Fertilizing Your Zo...
- 06/15/17--06:23: _Common Reasons that...
- 07/24/17--06:19: _Need Help with Pest...
- 08/18/17--06:56: _Solution for Spread...
- 09/05/17--07:37: _Aerating Your Zoysi...
- 10/03/17--07:31: _Can Zoysia Overtake...
- 11/07/17--10:51: _The Story of Amazoy...
- 01/10/18--09:22: _Zoysia is Earth Fri...
- 01/25/18--12:08: _FREE SHIPPING ON GR...
- 02/28/18--08:34: _When is the Best Ti...
- 02/28/18--08:36: _Zoysia-Safe Weed Ki...
- 03/27/18--12:46: _10 Secrets for Succ...
- 03/27/18--12:47: _Amazoy Zoysia Will ...
- 04/24/18--12:49: _Organic Products to...
- 04/24/18--12:50: _The Secrets to Mowi...
- 05/10/18--06:59: _Issues with Zoysia ...
- 06/05/18--06:41: _Amazoy-Endorsed Zoy...
- 03/30/17--06:07: Which Cut of Zoysia is Right for Me?
- 04/22/17--05:43: Planting Tools for Zoysia
- 05/03/17--11:00: Acidity & How to Cope
- 05/19/17--06:36: Fertilizing Your Zoysia Lawn with Nutri-20:
- 06/15/17--06:23: Common Reasons that Zoysia Fails
- 07/24/17--06:19: Need Help with Pests in Your Lawn?
- 08/18/17--06:56: Solution for Spreading Zoysia:
- 09/05/17--07:37: Aerating Your Zoysia Lawn:
- 10/03/17--07:31: Can Zoysia Overtake My Lawn?
- 11/07/17--10:51: The Story of Amazoy Meyer Zoysia
- 01/10/18--09:22: Zoysia is Earth Friendly
- 01/25/18--12:08: FREE SHIPPING ON GRASS ORDERS FOR 5 DAYS ONLY, STARTING TODAY!
- 02/28/18--08:34: When is the Best Time to Plant Zoysia for My Area?
- 02/28/18--08:36: Zoysia-Safe Weed Killers
- 03/27/18--12:46: 10 Secrets for Successfully Planting Economical Zoysia Plugs
- 03/27/18--12:47: Amazoy Zoysia Will Grow in Your Soil!
- 04/24/18--12:49: Organic Products to Use on Zoysia
- 04/24/18--12:50: The Secrets to Mowing Zoysia Grass
- 05/10/18--06:59: Issues with Zoysia Grass
- 06/05/18--06:41: Amazoy-Endorsed Zoysia Seed
Here at Zoysia Farms, we sell the Amazoy Meyer Zoysia grass. Throughout the years, we have taken our customers’ advice and decided to cut our grass in ways that would work best for them. We have three different cuts of our Zoysia: the freestyle plugs, the super plugs, and sod. Even though they are all […]
Planting Zoysia is a very simple but sometimes time-consuming process depending on the tools that you have. The holes for our Zoysia plugs only need to be about 1 ½” deep. Watering before digging the holes will soften the ground and make the process a little easier. Gardeners may decide to purchase new tools that […]
The acidity of soil can sometimes hinder the growth of plants. Phosphorus, calcium, and magnesium can become much less available to plants when soil is acidic. Also, the levels of other harmful elements such as aluminum can increase, causing toxicity. Acidification is a natural process but can also be sped up by many factors. Nitrogen […]
Although Zoysia can prosper in most soils, it can still be helpful to apply fertilizer to your lawn. Fertilizing your Zoysia lawn can help speed up growth and improve the color, as well as giving the grass nutrients. However, it is only safe to apply a water-soluble fertilizer to our Amazoy Meyer Zoysia. Granular fertilizers […]
Amazoy Meyer Zoysia is a very low-maintenance grass and there is little preparation needed before planting. Once it gets started, it will continue to spread causing you to have the greenest lawn possible. While 98% of our customers are successful, there are failures, most of which are preventable. Because we stand behind our product, we […]
As temperatures become warmer, Zoysia is beginning to green back up for a new year of growth. Unfortunately, those pesky insects and other pests are starting to appear as well. Zoysia is very resistant to the effects of most insects and diseases. It also resists injury from most chemicals when pest control is needed. Whether […]
Amazoy Zoysia is great for filling in slopes and bare spots in your lawn. It is known to grow in all types of soils and in a wide range of climates. Once established, the deep root system and the thickness of the turf causes it to heal itself when faced with common lawn issues. Because […]
Aeration involves perforating the soil with small holes to allow air, water and nutrients to penetrate the grass roots. Many people do this to alleviate compacted soil in their lawns. Although it isn’t necessary, it can be very beneficial to your grass. Below we have listed some reasons to help you figure out if your […]
Because Zoysia is a spreading grass, it is known to overtake other grasses and weeds in all types of soil conditions. Overtime, we have researched exactly which types our customers are working with to determine if Zoysia is able to overtake their lawns. Below, we have created a list of the common grasses that Zoysia […]
Zoysia grass was named after an 18th century Austrian botanist, Karl von Zois. The grass originated in Asia and is native to China and Japan as well as many other Southeast Asian countries. In 1911, Zoysia was brought into the U.S from Manila by a botanist named C.V. Piper. The U.S.D.A. did not release Zoysia […]
Are you looking to have a beautiful lawn and want to help the environment? Amazoy Zoysia is the right choice for you! Zoysia is very earth friendly and can have a positive impact on the environment. It is also very low-maintenance, so once it’s established, there is less work to keep your lawn beautiful! Because […]
Starting today, we are offering free shipping on all grass orders for the next 5 days! Offer is valid until January 30th. The free shipping offer is valid for both our freestyle plugs and our 3×3″ pre-cut super plugs. This allows you to place your order before spring comes to ensure that your order will […]
Here at Zoysia Farms we are frequently questioned about when is the best time to plant for specific areas. Zoysia is best planted in the spring but can be planted through summer and into early fall as well. Every year is different but generally the planting falls into groups as shown below. We watch the […]
Once established, Amazoy Zoysia can overtake many of the pesky weeds that try to invade your beautiful lawn. Zoysia grows very thick and dense, so crabgrass and most summer weed seeds are unable to germinate. However, whenever you first plant Zoysia, it needs some time to spread to be able to crowd out the weeds. […]
Mow your existing lawn and weeds to the lowest setting before planting plugs. Do not be alarmed if the plugs arrive brown and dry. This is perfectly normal for Zoysia because the plugs tend to revert into a dormant state during the shipping process. Do not leave the grass in the shipping container for more […]
Amazoy Meyer Zoysia grows in a variety of soil conditions. Although it thrives in some better than others, it will do great in almost all soil types. Zoysia thrives whenever the pH of your soil is neutral (between 6 and 7), and it can prosper in all of these soil types: • Clay Soil- Amazoy […]
Have you been looking for ways to improve your Zoysia lawn, but are unsure of what products are safe? Zoysia Farms is a great source as they only sell Zoysia-safe products. They have many easy to use, organic products that can benefit your beautiful, established Zoysia lawn with a little help from your hose. Liquid […]
Amazoy Meyer Zoysia is a slow-growing grass. When planting at a foot apart, it can take up to 2-3 growing seasons for plugs to completely fill in. Bigger plugs or planting closer together will speed the fill-in process. Much depends on the length of your growing season. Also, the benefit to this slow growth rate […]
Here at Zoysia Farms, we take pride in our Amazoy Zoysia that we grow. It can result in a beautiful low-maintenance lawn overtime and is beneficial to the environment. However, we also understand that Zoysia may not be the best choice for everyone’s lawn. Although some may see these as issues, we want you to […]
Zoysia seed is a good alternative way to start a Zoysia lawn. The main difference between plugs and seed is the need for a seed bed. Depending on the area and soil conditions, a good seed bed can be a labor-intensive undertaking. Zoysia seeds should only be planted when the temperatures are consistently above 70 […]