DO NOT CHOOSE QUANTITY.
ONLY place the number of pallets needed in the "NUMBER OF PALLETS" space.
All sod orders will be DELIVERED.
Since sod is a living, perishable plant, it is cut to order and should be installed immediately. Your order is typically cut the afternoon or night before your delivery date and delivered to our yard before business hours to be prepared for delivery to your yard.
- Sod orders placed through this website will be filled in 3-4 business days.
- Pallets, unless noted, are 504sf each
We guarantee our sod to be alive, true to name as sold and in good condition upon pick-up or delivery. There is no guarantee, expressed or implied, for the survivability of sod under conditions beyond our control (i.e. insufficient watering, improper installation and handling, chemical or fertilizer burn, or sod left on pallet beyond the day of delivery).
From a stroll through the local park to Super Bowl Sunday, 419 Bermuda has proven itself as the South’s hardiest sod variety. It is the ideal selection for high-traffic applications as it recuperates from abuse like no other. 419 Bermuda tolerates drought and resists weeds. When provided with full sun, this species is a star in its own right.
- Best Performance in Full Sun Light
- Drought Tolerance: Excellent
- Hot Weather Tolerance: Excellent
- Wear Resistance: Excellent
- Disease, Weed & Insect Resistance:Excellent
- Retains Good Color under Stress
- Medium to Fine Texture
- Soil and Fertilizer Needs: To maintain its beauty, color, and density, 419 Bermuda requires a consistent monthly fertilization program. During the spring, summer, and fall months it should be fertilized with 3/4 to 1 pound of nitrogen applied to each 1,000 square feet of lawn. Read and follow all instructions regarding fertilizer use and application.
- Watering: To avoid drying out and enable the new sod to root down, newly planted 419 Bermuda should be watered daily and kept wet during the first 7-10 days. Once the new sod has rooted into the soil, watering frequency should be reduced. Due to varying soil and climate conditions, it is difficult to recommend a definite watering schedule. However, a deep soaking every 5-7 days is generally adequate during the growing season. Desert environments may require more frequent deep waterings.
- Mowing: 419 Bermuda should be mowed at least weekly during the growing season with a reel mower. Clippings are best removed. It should be mowed to a height of 1/2 to 3/4 inches. Avoid scalping.
- Weed, Insect And Disease Control: 419 Bermuda is virtually free of weeds, insects, and disease when it is delivered. However, in some installations, weed and insect problems may occur from close proximity to neighboring lawns having these problems. Various cultural practices may be used to reduce these problems; however, should chemical controls become required, they should be used in accordance with the written instructions provided by the manufacturer.