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Helpful Information

We start harvesting sod the first of March and finish the season the last week of November. Remember, September, October and November are the most ideal months to plant.

Our root base is a hearty 1”. That means that your ground or soil level should be 1” down from your sidewalks or stone walkways. This will allow you to step comfortably onto a level root base cushion. The blade will stand 2+” above.

  1. turf is cut into slabs which are folded in half and stacked onto pallets that are 48”X40”. They are a little easier to handle than rolls.
    Each slab is 16”X45” or 5 square feet. One slab weighs approximately 30 pounds.
  • Each pallet is 400 square feet and weighs approximately 2400 pounds.
  • One pallet (400 square feet) can be hauled in a full size pickup or 250-300 square feet in a small or mid size pickup. They are easily loaded with a fork lift. If you are picking up with a trailer, a ram may also be used.

BLUEGRASS, BB OR PRESCOTT BLEND

Two varieties of Bluegrass making up 50% of the mix with 50%, 2 varieties of Perennial Rye.

QUALITIES    

  • cool-season grass – dark green color and dense, beautiful appearance
  • fine texture (1/8” blade) with excellent uniformity – resembles a plush carpet
  • recommended for residential and commercial landscapes – popular for front yards because of it's curb appeal
  • thrives in cool weather and will tolerate very cold winters
  • undergoes stress during extremely hot weather, but will maintain good color if properly watered and cared for
  • good drought tolerance
  • underground sprinkler system recommended
  • average shade tolerance
  • very good recovery from injury/wear resistance
  • mowing height 2-4” with a rotary or reel mower

FESCUE BLEND

Two varieties of Turf Type Tall Fine Fescue making up 90% of the mix with 10%, two varieties of Bluegrass.

QUALITIES

  • cool-season grass – dark green color and very heavy
  • medium fine texture (1/4” blade) – resembles a shag carpet
  • recommended for residential and commercial landscapes – good, tough play lawn
  • well adapted to cold winters and warm to hot summers – very drought tolerant, thrives on less water than most grasses
  • when well established, may go for 3-5 days without water in the hot summer months, then requires a deep soak
  • underground sprinkler system recommended
  • above average shade tolerance
  • average recovery from injury/wear resistance
  • mowing height 2-4” with a rotary or reel mower weekly.

 

FERTILIZER SCHEDULE

Taking good care of your lawn often requires no more work overall than taking poor care of it.

A lawn that is properly watered, fertilized and mowed has far fewer problems with weeds, disease and insects.

A well kept lawn also remains lush and attractive, giving you much more enjoyment.


Turf Builder, preferably without Pesticide or Herbicide, is recommended the first of March, April and May. Applying three times will provide you lawn with the needed nutrients to keep it healthy through the warmer summer months.


Grass naturally begins to yellow in July and August as humidity is increased.  An application of Iron will help green up your lawn and will not burn the grass.


The first of September it's time for another application of Turf Builder.


Early November apply Winterizer.

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