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. 

Browse our latest content below or select a topic from the drop-down menu. Have an idea for a Super-Sod blog post? Comment on a post to let us know!

How To Conduct a Soil Test for Your Lawn (Video)

Published on May 7, 2018

You’ve heard us say it again and again because it remains true through every season: healthy soil is essential for healthy grass. 

Whether you’re laying new sod or planting seed, we always recommend conducting a soil test before spreading...

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...

The Best Times to Apply Fertilizer

Published on May 28, 2017

 

Whether you’re a seasoned turfgrass fanatic or a first-time lawn owner, fertilizer schedules aren’t always the easiest to track throughout the year. Have no fear! We’re here to help you keep up with when to fertilize your lawn, what type of...

How to Calculate Fertilizer Rates

Published on June 2, 2016

Calculating fertilizer application rates is just math, a simple formula. Here's an explanation for you to reference when you need it.

1. Gather Facts

A. How many square feet is your lawn? The Yard Area Calculator on our website will help you...

Soil3 Compost-Topdressing as a Fertilizer Application

Published on June 12, 2014
  • Time to Aerate and Compost-Topdress your warm season lawn (Bermuda, Centipede, Zoysia, St. Augustine) with Soil3.
  • It is the wrong time to compost-topdress Tall Fescue; it's topdressed in the fall.
  • Organic Lawn Care: Soil3 is OMRI Listed...

Late Spring Lawn Care Tips

Published on June 2, 2014

It's time for your first application of fertilizer on your warm season lawn. If you don't aerate and compost-topdress, then use one of our fertilizer blends.