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4 ways to be the 'Sodfather' of your lawn

How suppliers determine the price of sod

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A sodded lawn immediately increases the value of a property but the cost of that sod depends on many variables.

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4 ways to be the 'Sodfather' of your lawn

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Make your lawn an offer it can't refuse, and build a fantastic lawn by following these four tips:

NCSPA Condemns UNC's Decision to Install Artificial Turf

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NCSPA Final Press Release Synthetic Turf

Make your lawn an offer it can't refuse, and build a fantastic lawn by following these four tips:

1. Water water, everywhere

According to the North Carolina Sod Producers Association, "Improper irrigation of lawns results in wasted water, added cost and unhealthy plants."

The NCPA added, "Water should be applied only when a reasonable portion of the lawn shows signs of moisture stress. A dark bluish-gray color, footprints that remain some time after walking, and wilted, folded or curled leaves are indications that it is time to water."

Some other things to keep in mind in regards to watering include: