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Old 03-21-2005, 11:18 PM
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Well if you have customers like I have, seed is not quick enough, we live in 2 different parts of the country, down here you basically have floratam and bahia grass (most common) bahia you can basically spray round up wait 7-10 days and throw the sod down (basically field grass), floratam is more work but in your case it does not sound like much prep work, to save money go with the seed, if the customer insists on instant results basically all you will have to do is make sure the ground is graded out and pick the right sod, I usually sub out my sod jobs just because its not my specialty.
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