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Old 08-07-2011, 07:10 PM
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Originally Posted by lawnpro724 View Post
Sod may be easy but from the size it may be cost prohibitive and if the soil is poor the sod will die out anyway. That's why you take a soil test.
I completely agree with testing the soil. Like others have said, I would add topsoil or bedding mix (topsoil, compost, manure, 10% sand) and then sod.

There are multiple options, this is just what I would do if it were my job. If the customer wanted it seeded, I would not guarantee it.
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