The Super-Sod Blog

In a quest to improve lawns across the Southeast, the Super-Sod team posts fresh biweekly blog content. With these posts, we share our passion for achieving Lifetime Lawns. 

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July Lawn Tips

Published on July 17, 2018

 

Hot Weather Mowing Tips 

Get Mowing

Put mowing on the top of your to-do list!

Grass is growing in full glory and the weekly rainstorms make it difficult to mow your lawn. Prioritize mowing when nature allows and mow your lawn as often as...

What to Consider When Choosing a Type of Grass for Your Lawn

Published on June 1, 2018

You’re finally ready to take the plunge and commit to a new lawn. However, you’re not quite sure where to start. We’re here to clear things up and ensure that you love the grass variety you choose and it thrives at your home.

Frequent Mowing to Prevent Lawn Scalping

Published on November 8, 2017

Have you ever put off mowing the lawn just a couple days too long? I understand your pain. Life gets in the way, and before you know it, you’re zipping across the yard with your mower set to its normal height.

4 Similarities Between Seeding Warm-Season Grass and Cool-Season Grass

Published on October 11, 2017

Maybe you’re experiencing the first growing season in your new home with a Fescue lawn. Or you could finally be switching over to a grass type that has a maintenance level more your speed. Whatever the case, you’re searching for the best way to...

Fertilizer Tricks for your TifBlair Centipede Lawn

Published on June 1, 2017

As the weather warms and lawns start to show their true green color, anyone with a morsel of lawn care expertise knows it’s time for fertilizing warm season lawns. If your lawn is a Zoysia or Bermudagrass, see our blog post on the Best Times to...

Late April Lawn Tips 2016

Published on April 21, 2016

April Lawn Tips for Warm Season Lawns

  • Prepare to fertilize your warm-season lawn (Zoysia, Bermuda, Centipede) after it has fully greened up. In the most southerly areas, soil temperatures are warm enough to fertilize the warm season grasses (soil...