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Macon Turf Farm Inc

Est. 2004

Macon Turf Farm, Inc began serving Northeastern North Carolina in the Spring of 2004 and vowed to become a leader in customer service in the turf farm industry. We are a family-owned and operated business committed to growing and supplying premium, quality lawns. We have 2 locations- Hertford, NC (Perquimans County) and Grandy, NC (Currituck County).

 

Our Products

 

Tifway Bermuda

Tifway Bermuda is a popular warm-season grass. It is a dense, fine-textured, hybrid grass. This type of grass requires full sun, and has a good heat tolerance, wear resistance and will recover quickly if damaged. This is an excellent grass for high traffic areas, as it is used on sports fields and golf course.

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Tall Fescue

Tall Fescue is a cool-season grass that grows strongly in the fall and spring, slowing down and stopping growth in the warm summer months. Tall Fescue thrives in sun or medium shade. It has good disease resistance, drought tolerance and cold tolerance; tolerates moderate traffic and requires mimimum care.

Centipede

Centipede is slow-growing, warm-season, coarse textured grass that is well suited for low pH soils. It has a yellow-green color. Centipede requires very little fertilizer and handles drought well. It is fairly shade tolerant, but is best suited for areas that get full sunlight exposure. Centipede is not as tolerant to salt as Bermuda.

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Compadre Zoysia

Compadre Zoysia is a warm-season grass that has a medium width leaf and dark green color. It is very drought tolerant, has low needs for fertilizers, and has a slow growth rate which requires less lawn mowing that other grasses. It has excellent wear and tear capabilities, and resistance to lawn pests and disease, and a natural resistance to lawn weeds once the turf is fully established.

Frequently Asked Questions

 

How much sod do I need?

In order to calculate the amount of sod required, you must measure the length and width of the area you want to cover; and then multiply the length by width (in feet), and this will give you the total amount you  need in square feet.

How many square feet are on a pallet?

We actually have 2 pallets sizes dependent on which machines we are harvesting with.

Our small pallets carry 40 square yards which will cover 360 square feet. Small pallets contain slabs that measure 1.5' x 3' each.

Our large pallets carry 60 square yards which will cover 540 sq feet. Large pallets contain mini- rolls that measure 2' x 5' each.

We also harvest BIG ROLLS as well to help with the bigger jobs such as football fields, baseball fields, etc. The Big Rolls come on a tube. Each roll is 35 sq yards and the dimensions are 3.5' wide by 90 feet long. 

How much does a pallet of sod weigh?

Each pallet of sod weighs between 1,500-2,500 lbs each, depending on the size of the pallet and moisture content.

How far in advance do I need to place my order?

All pickup orders require a 1 day notice. All sod is cut on an as-ordered basis. Please call at least 2 days in advance if you need your sod delivered, as our schedule gets busy.

Do you sell to Homeowners?

Yes! Of course, we glady sell to the public!

Do you deliver?

Yes! Call our office with delivery rates!

What are your hours?

Monday-Friday
8:00 am- 5:00 pm

We hope we answered all of your questions. If not, please feel free to contact us at
(252) 426-1536.

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Come on Down to the Farm!

Want to learn more about our farms and plan a visit? Get in touch!

337 Cedar Stretch Road

Hertford, NC 27944

120 Leonhauser Lane

Grandy, NC 27939

(252) 426-1536

Fax: (252) 426-1756