Comparative chart of turfgrass grown for sod at Spring Valley Sod Farm
|Tifway 419 Hybrid Bermuda||Meyer Z-52 Zoysia|
|Area Adapted||Throughout||Transition zone and south|
|Soil pH||Wide Range||Wide Range|
|Texture||Med. – Fine||Med. – Course|
|Tolerance to:||Tifway 419 Hybrid Bermuda||Meyer Z-52 Zoysia|
|Levels of Maintenance||High||Moderate|
|Major Use||Golf courses|
Lawns, sports fields
Measuring and Ordering
Using the formula below, you can determine how much sod you need to purchase. Our sod is sold by the yard.
(width x length = square feet)
Square feet divided by 9 = square yard.
Proper planning of the area where you will be laying the sod is key to achieving the turf you desire. Begin by leveling the soil, ensuring it is at least 1 inch below any driveway, sidewalk, or curb. The incorporation of a starter fertilizer (E.g.: 10-20-20, used at 10 lbs. per 1,000 square feet) is another essential step to preparing your property for sod. Once prepared, take a soil sample and have the PH tested. Turf requires a neutral PH level in order to properly absorb the nutrients it needs to grow. If you need more information on collecting and testing a soil sample, consult with the soil conservation service.
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