*sigh* First project of 2007 and I'm off to a horrible start. The 12 pallets arrived 2 days ago at 7am. When the driver gets done unloading, he tells me he is sorry to say that the bottom row of each pallet was frozen to the trailer (palletless sod delivery). After breaking thru my first pallet, I come to the realization that the bottom row is so badly damaged that I am going to have to cut each roll twice in the middle, removing about 1 linear foot. Not only is this is major pain in the butt but its wasting my time. Now, I am also assuming that because my delivery arrived at 7am and I was the first delivery of the day, that my order was cut the day before and sat on the truck until the morning. The first pallet came apart ok, but all of the others were very, very frozen together. Needless to say, the job didnt progress very quickly and is still not done because the temp around here has not gone above freezing. So here is my question. Monday will be 4 days after delivery and the weather is supposed to reach 60 degrees (the freezing temps are freakishly low for this time of year). Will the sod survive if I lay it down, or will it be a waste of my time?