Sod Products and Services

Sod Grass Varieties

Midiron Sod

Midiron Sod Grass

It’s tough. It’s durable. It doesn’t take much work. Midiron is the most popular type of sod grass variety in Arizona. It’s the perfect dessert variety because of its drought tolerance, resiliency under heavy traffic, quick recovery, and easy transitions. It is the ideal type of sod for commercial jobs where little maintenance and high traffic are factors. Midiron can be mowed with either a reel or sharp rotary mower.

Tifgreen Sod

Tifgreen Sod Grass

Tifgreen is the king of putting greens. Its slender, bright green blades give this variety the manicured look that greenskeepers and golf-managers value. Tifgreen sod is heat and traffic tolerant and repairs quickly, making it a great grass for a short manicured look without the golf course maintenance. It can endure very low mowing heights but doesn’t require it. It is best maintained with a reel mower.

Tifway Sod

Tifway Sod Grass

Tougher than Tifgreen and more sophisticated than Midiron, the Tifway variety has a very dense, medium-fine leaf texture with an aggressive growth habit and excellent traffic tolerance. Tifway is recommended for an active backyard and is best maintained with a reel mower.

Sod Grass Comparison Chart

Variety / typeMidironTifway 419Tifgreen 328
Usage:Lawns, Commercial Sites, ParksLawns, Sports Fields, Golf FairwaysPutting Greens Lawns
Color:Solid GreenBright GreenBright Green
Leaf Texture:MediumMedium, FineFine
Shade Tolerance:PoorPoorPoor
Traffic Tolerance:GreatGreatGood
Pet Tolerance:GoodGoodGood
Salt Tolerance:GoodGoodGood
Recovery Rate:BestExcellentExcellent
Drought Tolerance:ExcellentExcellentExcellent
Recommended Mowing Height:3/4″- 1 1/4″3/4″- 1″3/8″- 3/4″
Frequency:Weekly4-6 days4-6 days
Mower Type: *Rotory, Power ReelPower Reel, Sharp RotoryPower Reel
Features:It’s tough, It’s durable and easy to maintain. The most popular grass in Arizona.Very dense, with medium-fine leaf texture. Great choice for active backyards.Slender, bright green blades. Looks great when mowed with a reel.
Frequency:Weekly4-6 days4-6 days
* 1/3 Rule: For Maintenance mowing, never mow more than 1/3 of the leaf blade at a time.


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We’ve been growing and delivering sod in since 1985 and today we bring a variety of resources to any landscaping job – large or small.


We provide high-level installation services. Our crews will lay and roll your sod in a timely and professional manner, leaving your job site or home in pristine condition.

Small Rolls

We custom cut to your specific needs. Our rolls come in 10 square foot increments. Each roll is 2 feet wide and 5 feet long and weighs approximately 25-30 pounds.

Big Rolls

If you need to sod a wide and relatively flat area, big rolls are a good choice for you. These rolls are 42 inches wide and can span 100 feet or more, covering big areas quickly with fewer seams.


An alternative to sod, planting stolons is another way to establish turf for your project. Stolons are grass stems for hybrid bermuda turf. They are harvested from nursery stock at our farm and shipped in bushel totes or bags to be spread manually, hydraulically, or mechanically. The best time to plant stolons is in the summer, ideally between May and July. It takes 12 to 14 weeks for stolons to grow into a mature turf product, as long as proper maintenance techniques are followed.

Hydroseeding, Hydrostolonizing, Desert Revegetation

Using our hydroseeding equipment, we can apply bermudagrass seed, stolons, or custom desert seed blends to meet your job specifications. Using a water base, we mix seed or stolons with mulch, fertilizer, and tackifier to create a slurry that is sprayed out with our hydraulic equipment, creating a green mat layer that protects the seed or stolons from the harsh elements of the summer climate. The green mat layer will soon disappear as you water the planted area.