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Best Options for a New Lawn – Seeding or Laying Sod A new lawn needs careful planning especially deciding whether to sod or seed it, but before you decide, you need to start from scratch. Starting from scratch means that you are on the process of removing those unwanted weeds, bad grasses and even grasses with diseases, so that you will have a healthy lawn. If you don’t do this clearing task, you will end up wasting your time on seeding or laying sod because the diseases of the grasses will creep back to your lawn as well as the weeds. What you should do first is to remove the old grass by using a sod cutter. To have this cutter, you can actually rent one from a home improvement store. Ensure that the sod has been removed completely so that you can proceed with the tilling of the dirt that should result to a smooth ground. Rocks are not to be retained so remove any large rocks that you see. You must also check the pH level of the dirt you have extracted so that you can treat it. Treating your dirt means that you need to have a good fertilizer. Your sod or seed will start properly if you are able to use a good fertilizer.
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Once the dirt is ready to plant, you will have to choose between seeding and laying sod. Time is important during this process so make sure you know the best time. To know the best time, you can actually ask the local nursery to give you advice on the best time of the year to start your lawn. Accordingly, starting a lawn during late spring or early fall is the best time. To avoid drying up of grass, avoid a hot environment. Also, if it is too cold, your grass might die.
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After you have lay sod or seed the lawn, it is important to have it regularly watered to maintain the lawn. If you water, you need to know the exact volume so as not pour too much or less. If there is no rain forecast, it is your job to have your lawn sprinkled with water at least 2 to 3 times a day so that ground will not dry up. But if it rained for days, you should not be sprinkling your grass. Doing so might was away some of the seeds. There is a great influence in terms of fertilizer and watering ground, if you have a particular type of sod or seed to use. What you need to do is to follow the guidelines on how to take care of your lawn using a particular type of grass once you have decided whether to seed or sod. If you can’t handle the problem, always seek for professional help.