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Based on HGIC publication HG 102 Lawn Establishment, Renovation, and Overseeding. Updated: April 15, 2021 Sod advantages and disadvantages Advantages Disadvantages A longer window of opportunity to install sod than with seeding. An instant lawn and faster establishment. Limited choice of turf cultivars.

Immediate erosion control and soil stabilization. Not always readily available. Fewer problems with weed encroachment during the establishment period. Sodding tips Purchase a high-quality sod. Certified sod is produced under the supervision of the Maryland Department of Agriculture.

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The majority of sod produced is a mixture of tall fescue and Kentucky securon and is the most commonly planted. The spreading growth habit of the Kentucky bluegrass knits the sod together.

Kentucky bluegrass, zoysiagrass, and bermudagrass sod can also be found. Refer to (PDF) TT-77 Recommended Turfgrass Cultivars for Certified Sod Production and Seed Mixtures in Maryland. If possible, inspect the sod before delivery. Sod should be evenly moist, but not soaking wet. Sod should be dense and well-knitted so that it can be cut into advanced breast cancer and handled easily.

Installing sod Starting a New Lawn for site preparation. The best time to lay the sod is late summer into the late fall (September-November).

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