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CajunZ81
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Atlanta, GA
Member since Jun 2010
790 posts

Sod for my new house

I have 2 questions:

Where is the best place in south LA to buy sod?

I've been reading a lot about St. Augustine, centipede, and even empire zoysia. I live in Houma so I'm sure the soil is pretty fertile. I can't make up my mind on the type I should go with, I mainly want something that is a deep green color and I don't mind if I have to mow it often. Any suggestions?


lsu mike
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Gonzales
Member since Sep 2006
7234 posts

re: Sod for my new house
Woerner turf and st Augustine if you want deep green thick turf.


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SportTiger1
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Stonewall, LA
Member since Feb 2007
3974 posts

re: Sod for my new house
I bought 2k worth of centipede last year because it grows so slow and I hate mowing.

It is horrible at traffic resistance. My two small dogs have it looking like 30 year old shag carpet. Completely flattened.


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shoelessjoe
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Member since Jul 2006
3049 posts

re: Sod for my new house
Belle Sod located in Plattenville along Spur 70.


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b-rab2
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Lafayette
Member since Dec 2005
10272 posts

re: Sod for my new house
Zoysia is a pretty slow grower. It does well in heavy shade but dries out if in the sun and not watered in first 2 years


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UncleJEAUX
Member since Apr 2012
48 posts

re: Sod for my new house
Go with the st aug, but remember all grass will burn up if not watered


CajunZ81
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Atlanta, GA
Member since Jun 2010
790 posts

re: Sod for my new house
I've been reading that there isn't any St. Augustine seed just sod but someone mentioned they know of a few places that sell the seed. Has anyone heard of seeding St. Augustine? Sod may be a little more than I can afford after we've nearly drained our savings on everything else for the house.


wickowick
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Head of Island
Member since Dec 2006
26554 posts

re: Sod for my new house
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I've been reading that there isn't any St. Augustine seed just sod but someone mentioned they know of a few places that sell the seed. Has anyone heard of seeding St. Augustine? Sod may be a little more than I can afford after we've nearly drained our savings on everything else for the house.



It doesn't seed, just grows from other grass. You can get plugs if money is tight and give it time to spread...

Image: http://www.lawnplugs.com/images/bethelpics/Bethel-plugs-plugger-400.jpg


Nodust
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Member since Aug 2010
18961 posts

re: Sod for my new house
I have seen St Aug seed. Not sure how good it will work.

I would get the plugs, that is a good ides. Place those every 2' and will have a solid yard in two months for minimal cash.


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