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This has been one of the latest harvesting starts we have ever had at Greenhorizons Sod Farms. This past winter lingered on a lot longer than normal. You will notice in the video that the grass hasn't fully greened up yet. Our fields always take longer to green up in the spring than in the city. The small difference in temperature from the city to our farms makes that much of a difference and delays the sod field green up. Continue reading
The BMO Field is an outside pitch in downtown Toronto in Exhibition Place. Originally, it had artificial turf, but then it was reconstructed to have natural grass. The field was outfitted with a USGA (United States Golf Association) engineered sand profile. Continue reading
Water, Water, Water! If a large area is being sodded with 3D SOD BLEND, do not wait until the entire area is laid before watering. As soon as a "sprinkler-sized" area is laid, begin watering it. Then go on to the next section. On a hot day do not leave laid sod for more than an hour without water. Continue reading
It's almost the 2015 Pan Am/ Parapan Am Games, and Greenhorizons is eagerly waiting along with the rest of the community for this prestigious sporting event, because we have had the opportunity to put our mark on it- three venues we've worked on: the President's Choice Ajax Pan Am Ballpark, the CIBC Pan Am/ Parapan Am Athletics Stadium at York University in Toronto, and the Angus Glen Golf Club in Markham. Continue reading
Artificial Turf has been a hot topic in the news lately with the top female soccer players in the world protesting the use of artificial turf at the World Cup being played in Canada in 2015. They've even filed a challenge in the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, claiming they are being discriminated against because men play their games on natural grass. Continue reading
Hamilton, ON; Greenhorizons Sod Farms, in association with the Canadian Turfgrass Research Foundation (CTRF), is proud to participate in Rounds 4 Research, an original program designed to generate financial resources that will fund research grants that assist turf production and golf and sports field turf management by auctioning off rounds of golf at golf courses all over North America. Rounds 4 Research (R4R) auction is operated by the Environmental Institute for Golf, GCSAA's philanthropic arm. Over $1 million has been donated to turfgrass research by the CTRF. Continue reading

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