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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by greenngrow, Aug 20, 2003.
I was wondering if anyone knew where I could get a push roller to roll down sod.
Here are two sites I found for drum rollers.
If you have a Northern Hydraulics Tools store near you, they have them, they also have a web site.
Ok, to everyone answering. I have never rolled one sod job I have done. Never ever had any problems. What does it really accomplish?
On sod I do it strictly for aesthetics. It looks a little better after being rolled, though I know watering it settles it down anyway. I use mine mainly for packing when putting down a base for walkways and when leveling.
Everyone who does landscaping should have an A.M. Leonard catalog. You can see their catalog online or request a printed catalog from their website:
(they have ALMOST everything)
I have only done a few small sod jobs and have not used a roller. Supposedly it presses the sod down into the soil so it all makes good contact. I figured I was accomplishing this by just walking on it, but on a larger job I would probably use a roller if I had one.