North Georgia Turf , Inc. is a family owned and operated business with more than 30 years experience. The company was started with the mission of total customer satisfaction in 1985 in Whitesburg, Georgia with 25 acres of certified bermudagrass. Since then NG Turf has become a name that is synonymous with quality and value providing turfgrasses to homeowners, landscape professionals, golf courses, and athletic fields.
NG Turf continues to service customers with more of the product lines needed for all applications. Currently ten different varieties are produced including TifBlair Centipede, Fescue, Tifway 419, TifSport, TifGrand and Patriot bermudagrasses; and Zeon, El Toro, and JaMur zoysiagrasses. These varieties provide our customers with a choice that will fit their exact need.
Sod Farms in Georgia
NG Turf currently has locations surrounding Atlanta in Whitesburg, Calhoun, Heard County, Clarkesville, Fort Valley and Perry. Grass can be picked up with just a few hours notice at any location.
The Georgia Crop Improvement Association “Blue Tag” certificate represents grass produced under exacting protocol designed to ensure varietal purity and freedom from noxious weeds. Authorized representatives of growers must attend a training session provided by the GCIA no less than every four years prior to signing certificates.
Turfgrass Producers International – an international association of individuals and firms engaged in the business of planting, growing and marketing sod.
Urban Ag Council – a premier green industry organization for professionals involved in turf production, landscape design, construction and maintenance promoting professionalism and an adherence to industry standards.
West Georgia Green Association – promoting the professional and ethical business practices of it’s members; developing public awareness of the value of the professional landscape industries and the environment; and education and networking.
Georgia Green Industry Association – to promote and advance the economic, lifestyle and environmental benefits of Georgia horticulture for it’s members, our families, and our communities.
Georgia Crop Improvement Association (GCIA) (View Certificate) – an organization of seed producers who are interested in growing and making available to the public, through certification, high quality seeds and propagating materials of superior varieties so grown and distributed as to insure genetic purtity and identity.
TifSport Growers Association – a premier group of quality-conscious sod producers that agree on production practices set up by the Georgia Seed Development Commission.