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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Sherry Lawn and Landscape, Mar 28, 2009.
pics of a sod job and some of the crew.
here they are...
one more can't find the rest..
Looks like nice job to start the season off
What kind of sod is that? I can't get any kind of sod to grow under shade here. Fescue sod looks beautiful off the pallett and for a couple months after, but it tends to smother out quickly with July temps. Zoysia is my next choice for shade but it still needs sun. We are in a difficult zone because we get pretty high temps and also a freeze as well.
This job was all blue grass. It grows well in the shade and the customer really likes it. The Zoysia should love the heat. It does go dormit fast and takes for ever to green up. How about Bermuda grass??
Man, I was taught to "step" sod pattern more than that. I'm not saying what you do doesn't work. Maybe I can get away with the way you do it and avoid a lot of cutting
If it is going to root in a few days, I would not worry about stepping... maybe in the dead of winter on a hill, but even then you are going to be using sod staples... stepping might be burning your man hours.
Looks nice, I wish I got jobs like that lol