Sod Services – Soil Preparation & Amending the Soil
Soil Preperation & Amending the Soil
Preparing your soil for your new sod will play an important role in how well and quickly your new sod will take root. Proper soil preparation is an essential step in ensuring the long-term success of newly established lawns.
Colorado & Wyoming soils are high in clay and are easily compacted. It is vital for new sod root growth to loosen the soil and add soil amendments containing organic matter. Grassroots will grow 1 to 4 feet, depending on the turfgrass variety. The deeper the root grows, the stronger, healthy, and more drought-tolerant your lawn will become.
Lastly, the site must be properly graded to create an even surface for your new sod. The correct grade will allow for drainage and eliminate any high or low spots that will impact moisture levels and appearance.
We Serve More Than Just Colorado
Our Colorado-based sod farm serves more than just the Colorado front range!
Our sod services spread into Wyoming, South Dakota, New Mexico and more.