Rolled lawn

The fastest and most affordable way to change your site.

Within a few days the specialists of our company will prepare the soil and lay the turf.

We have extensive experience in laying and proven suppliers of rolled lawns. What makes our company one of the leaders in the installation of rolled lawns.

Rolled lawns are grown for two years on the field using a special technology. In the process of growing, top dressing with fertilizers, weed and disease control, and regular mowing are constantly carried out. When the lawn is ready (the ground is not visible through the grass), it is cut and rolled into rolls by special equipment (for the convenience of its delivery and installation).

The size of one roll of lawn is 0.4 m x 2 m (0.8 m2). Currently, finished turf in all 54 producing countries is sold in rolls of the same size. The thickness of the root layer is 1.5 – 2 cm. The height of grass mowing is 4 – 6 cm. The weight of one roll is 12 – 15 kg. The period of possible laying is from the moment the snow melts and until the moment when the ground freezes to a depth of more than 5 cm.

Sports turf

This is a turf cover designed for sports fields and glades for mass games. A sports turf is created by sowing seeds and laying specially grown turf from trampling-resistant grass species.

In practice, these are competition grounds with a grass base, which requires a certain selection of grasses depending on the sport for which the lawn is intended, as well as on the intensity of operation. The main components in grass mixtures for sports lawns are red fescue, bluegrass meadow, perennial ryegrass.

Depending on the purpose of the stadium, the grass is mowed once or twice a week, and if necessary, even more often. With regular maintenance, the sports turf is well tolerated by intensive and long-term loads.

The device of a sports lawn during the construction of open planar structures should begin with the marking of the area, the device for surface drainage, the preparation of the underlying layer from cohesive draining or filtering soils and the spreading of the soil layer.

For sports lawns, the mechanical composition of the soil is very important. None of the natural soils can be practically used for sports lawns without soil improvement measures, since their mechanical composition does not meet the requirements.

Sports lawns are created on a plant layer of the earth that is uniform in structure and thickness (at least 25 cm thick). The land should be well-drained with high connectivity and a balanced ratio of key nutrients.

The plant soil is laid in accordance with the height marking in layers of 8-12 cm, leveling with a rake and rolling with wooden rollers weighing 80-100 kg. The final leveling of the soil is carried out very carefully, in 3-5 passes with a rake, then rolled up and down with a roller. Planning is carried out intermittently for 5-6 weeks so that the soil has time to settle and compact. If when walking on the field there are noticeable traces, then it is necessary to continue rolling.

Drainage is recommended for sports lawns. On heavy soils, drains are laid more often (4-8 m) and closer to the surface (60 cm); on medium ones – less often (10-12 m) and deeper (90-100 cm). On heavy waterproof bases, it is better to make continuous drainage from crushed stone with a layer of 10-15 cm (fraction 20 mm), gravel or expanded clay with a layer of 5-7 cm (fraction 8 mm) and coarse-grained river sand with a layer of 7-10 cm, slope not less than 0.008.

The sports lawn should be operated only after the grass stand has fully developed and the first mowing is completed.

Of all types of lawns, the championship (in terms of the number of orders) undoubtedly belongs to an ordinary lawn. The mowing level of such a lawn is 4-6 cm. It is created from domestic seeds. Ukrainian grass, in comparison with imported grass (for example, Danish or Canadian grass), has a thicker stem and a more developed root system, therefore, it is more resistant to trampling. The middle lane is characterized by bluegrass, bent grass, perennial ryegrass, meadow red fescue. An ordinary lawn is sown in shady places (in this case bluegrass predominates in the grass mixture), hilly, close to water bodies, clay and peat soils.

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