Offering a more affordable alternative to a beautiful lawn. Prices start at $0.12 per square foot. Options include Bermuda, Centipede, Zoysia and Rye.
**Minimum 2,500 sq. ft.
Sod roots will need to be able to penetrate the ground, so soil should be loose, not packed. You can either use a rake to loosen the soil or till compost in to it to add nutrients.
New sod needs to be wet as much as possible for the first 10 - 14 days, being careful not to overwater. Once the grass square becomes harder to pull up, watering can be cut back slightly. Once the grass is unable to pull up, a "normal" watering schedule can be resumed.
It is not necessary to fertilize new sod. However, it may be beneficial to use a root stimulator to aid in root establishment of the sod.
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