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Old 02-26-2013, 11:16 PM
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not sure in Canada. But where I'm at. were in sand. we have a mix, But as you know there are only 3 types of soil. if your talking about ST. Aug, sod. it does very well here. we use very little nitrogen. But always before I spend over 400.00 for any type of sod. I REQUIRE a soil sample.

the soil sample is VERY cheep. here our Ph. balance is one " if Not the only " main issue. if the PH. is NOT with in the scope. I simply will NOT SOD. <--- notice the period

also. " again NOt knowing your area " in the past I hae used steaks while installing sod...... sounds stupid right?

well YES in soft sand it can move on you. I'm not talking about a square or two. an entire mound can start moving downward.
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