When It Rains It Pours: Problems with Lawn Flooding


posted on February 27th, 2019 by

Last year, many Zoysia lawns were super saturated by the amount of rainfall that occurred throughout the country. Many of you may be wondering how to fix some of the issues that have arisen from these frequent rain showers. In this blog, we have come up with some solutions to the most common issues that […]

FREE SHIPPING ON GRASS ORDERS STARTING TODAY! OFFER VALID FOR 5 DAYS ONLY!


posted on January 24th, 2019 by

Starting today, we are offering free shipping on all grass orders for the next 5 days! Offer is valid until January 29th. 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 […]

5 Point Checklist for Finding a Zoysia Lawn Care Expert


posted on November 21st, 2018 by

Sometimes landscape, lawn-care, and garden professionals are not familiar with Zoysia grass and the proper care and planting procedure. Many times, they can be the reason for a Zoysia lawn to become unsuccessful. Here is a checklist to help you determine if your guy really knows how to handle Zoysia and its characteristics. Does your […]

Removing Zoysia from Unwanted Areas


posted on October 15th, 2018 by

Has your Zoysia started invading areas that you did not want it to? Do not worry because there is a solution! Zoysia tends to spread even once established, which is beneficial because it can heal itself. However, if the right precautions are not taken, it may spread into unwanted areas. Round-Up herbicide is one of […]

Fall Maintenance for Zoysia


posted on September 24th, 2018 by

Zoysia is a very low-maintenance grass. Once established, there is little that you need to do to keep your Zoysia lawn alive and healthy. Because the end of the growing season is coming soon, here are some activities you can do to get your lawn ready for the cold weather approaching. Mow– During the spring […]

Is that Rust on My Lawn?


posted on August 16th, 2018 by

Have you been noticing an orange or yellowish powder on your grass blades? If so, it is possible that “rust” has caused this discoloration. This is a fungus which while not attractive, rarely kills grasses. It tends to occur in late summer, early fall whenever the weather is dry. It usually develops on grasses that […]

My Zoysia Is Not As Green As It Was Before


posted on July 17th, 2018 by

Zoysia may lose its deep green color for many reasons. Most of these reasons can easily be fixed without much hassle. There is no need to be alarmed by the brownish color during the winter months though because of the normal dormancy stage. Dormancy- Zoysia does enter the dormant stage (turn brown) after you receive […]

Amazoy-Endorsed Zoysia Seed


posted on June 5th, 2018 by

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 […]

Issues with Zoysia Grass


posted on May 10th, 2018 by

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 […]

The Secrets to Mowing Zoysia Grass


posted on April 24th, 2018 by

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 […]