When you’re landscaping, you do a lot of digging and moving. Whether you take out sod to make way for a path or garden, or to start a new lawn from scratch, one question remains: what to do with dug up grass once you’ve got it. There are a few good options, none of which involve simply throwing it away. Keep reading to learn more about what to do with removed sod.
- When you’re landscaping, you do a lot of digging and moving.
- Don’t dispose of sod; put it to use instead.
- If your sod is of poor quality and full of thatch, sprinkle some nitrogen rich fertilizer or cotton seed meal between the layers.
“The easiest thing to do with freshly dug sod is to reuse it.”