.... It would also certainly discourage any growth from an area of removed sod. It isn't very sightly though and the plastic should be removed when you...
3 Answers · Home & Garden · 21/10/2008
There is no way to determine the possible area since you didn't indicate the specific shape of the "sod"... Good luck!
2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 03/12/2011
...but enough to keep it from burning out and it should recover if it's new sod. *Never remove more that 1/3 of the new growth on any one mowing...
5 Answers · Home & Garden · 17/06/2007
make sure your contract stipulates replacement due to weather. No good landscaper will place sod if it is below freezing or considered below freezing.
6 Answers · Home & Garden · 05/12/2007
KEEP it watered. That is all tha you can do at this time. If there is any life it will recover. Do not fertilize. It is a baby and only needs water, like a baby needs milk. Do not give the baby a drink of liquor!
5 Answers · Home & Garden · 02/07/2009
Wait a month or so before any significant traffic (you can walk a little, but no dogs or kids). It will need an hour or two of watering every day. Patio furniture is a bad idea on any lawn. It will create areas of shade and foot traffic that will damage and kill the...
2 Answers · Home & Garden · 10/12/2007