That part was normal, for the centipede sod. It was still in the "dormant" state coming out of winter. When it's dormant it's brown. It doesn't green up nice until it warms up. That wasn't the problem, perse. For the most part I think whomever cut the sod cut it too shallow. A lot of it was too thin and barely had any soil on it.That’s awesome man!
Yeah I didn’t want to be a negative Nancy but I thought that sod looked pretty damn rough when you guys were laying it. every time I’ve laid sod at least around here it’s been lush and deep green.
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Bermuda sod is usually pretty fragile too. Fescue sod is usually nice and green, with a nice thick dirt base on it. I'm not sure why the difference. I love fescue, but it doesn't grow in sand.
Centipede also doesn't get a deep green, more of a yellowish green. If it goes deep green, you've actually applied too much nitrogen, at which point it's gonna basically choke itself out.
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