Read below to find out more information about these turfs - and to understand the differences between the two.
Our World Class Sod
NorthBridge Bermuda Is the latest Oklahoma State Selection that has a fine texture, improved cold tolerance, early spring green-up, and extreme sod strength. NorthBridge shows promise in a cold hardy bermuda grass for the transition zone for homes, sports, golf, and commercial.
Latitude 36 Bermudagrass
Latitude 36 shows resistance to spring dead spot and is one of the most cold hardy Burmudas on the market. A lot of people are leaning toward Latitude because of it's softer nature.
Latitude offers high traffic tolerance and exceptional visual appeal. It has excellent tensile strength and is finer textured than NorthBridge Bermuda. Latitude is an ideal choice for southern and transitional zone applications including sports, golf, and homes.
Tahoma 31 Bermudagrass
Tahoma 31 Bermudagrass is among the most winter-hardy varieties of the hybrid Bermudagrasses available. Tahoma 31 is ideally suited for sports turf, golf courses, and high-quality lawns due to its cold tolerance, drought resistance, and early spring green up.
The Bottom Line
Less than two years after their release from Oklahoma State University, these two kinds of grass ended up on four primetime NFL fields.
FedEx Field – Washington Redskins
LP Field - Tennessee Titans
Arrowhead Stadium - Kansas City Chiefs
Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia Eagles
See this website for more information: http://www.sodsolutions.com/northbridge
Meet Charles Binney
For over 35 years Charles has been at the helm of Riverview Sod Ranch ensuring the delivery of an exceptional product and service. As a sod farmer by trade, he knows exactly how to produce beautiful sod year after year and deliver satisfaction to each and every one of his customers.