Higher quality sod means a healthy lawn. Since the summer can dry out your lawn, you will want to do the best you can to preserve your landscape. And since our customers could be new to the process of buying sod for their land, they could be unsure that they are getting the best quality for their money. Luckily, you have no reason to worry when you work with Quantico Creek Sod Farms!
The Soil is Consistent
First of all, it should please you to know that our soil is consistent upon delivery. An inch of soil is best, but the soil should have a good texture. Inconsistent soil has a tendency to produce erratic results, and that is something no homeowner has time for these days. The problem with too much soil is that the roots will suffocate. At the same time, not enough soil can be just as much of a problem. This is because the grass will be unsteady without enough root support beneath them to keep them in place. If you don’t have healthy soil, then you won’t have healthy grass.
It is Fertilized Correctly
Sweeping, emerald-green lawns are a definite status symbol. Whether you want to be the talk of the neighborhood, or just be proud of how your landscape looks, a beautiful new lawn is something that you can’t ignore. Our high-quality sod is always fertilized correctly. This means the grass can withstand drought conditions or long periods of minimal rain. Mindfulness in regards to fertilization is extra important if you want to avoid unsightly problems such as crabgrass, wilting, thatching, and brown grass disease.
The Grass is Mature
Thinner grass is also weak. This either means that the grass isn’t ready yet or it is too old. But our sod and grass is harvested at the peak of maturity and delivered to the customer when it is at its best. Tangled roots are a good sign, as is when the grass is a solid, consistent color. Dense grass on the sod is also a good sign. It needs to be at least 2 inches long.
Finally, the last thing you need to know about our high-quality sod is that it is harvested when it is ready. Not before, and not after; otherwise, the sod will be ruined because it will dry out too much. Look for moisture at the roots – that’s how you know it’s still as good as it gets.
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Order early, and order often to ensure the best service possible. Contact us through our online page. Find us at 27616 Little Lane, Salisbury, Maryland 21801. Our phone number is 410-726-6103, and our fax number is 410-742-6550. Speak to Jason Anderson for Turf Grass Sales. Reach him by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Finally, follow us on social media on Facebook, LinkedIn, and our blog!