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When to Fertilize New Sod - Houston Grass

When to Fertilize New Sod

Are You Wondering When to Fertilize New Sod? Call 281-431-7441.  You’ve installed your new sod grass and you want it to prosper.  Should you fertilize new sod?  Houston Grass Owner Michael Romine answers that question in this video. Summary of When to Fertilize New Grass Sod Wait Four to Six Weeks Before You Fertilize New

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Can You Lay Sod Over Mulch or Wood Chips?

Is it a good idea to lay sod over mulch? Houston Grass Owner Michael Romine answers that question in this video.  Call Houston Grass at 281-431-7441 if you’re looking for top-quality turf grass sod at prices at competitive prices! Summary of Can You Lay Sod Over Mulch or Wood Chips People will ask us if

What Are Average Grass Sod Installation Costs from Houston Grass

Average Grass Sod Installation Costs

What’s the grass sod installation cost for your project?  Houston Grass Owner Michael Romine answers that question in this video.  If you have questions about prices for a variety of sod and you have a project location and an estimate of the amount of sod you need, we can provide you with an accurate quote

How to trim or cut grass sod pieces

How to Cut Grass Sod Pieces

How To Trim Pieces of Grass Sod to Fit When installing grass sod, you often have to trim the 16 inch by 24 inch pieces to fit around trees or flower beds.  Michael talks about the best way to cut grass sod pieces in this video.  Call us at 281-431-7441 for the best grass sod

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How Long Does Grass Sod Take to Root

In the video, Houston Grass Owner Michael Romine explains how the season of the year and the weather determine how long grass sod takes to root. Call us at 281-431-7441 for answers to your questions and a quick quote for your project. Summary of How Long Does Grass Sod Take to Root – How long

You Can Lay Sod in the Fall and Winter in Houston

Can You Plant Grass Sod in the Fall and Winter

Should you plant grass sod in the fall or the winter?  The fall is actually the second best time of the year to plant grass in the Houston area.  Moderate temperatures and the fact that grass is still growing should mean that your sod can root before the grass goes dormant and your watering requirements