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Reasons Why You Should Choose Sod Lawn Over Seeding Lawn

A lawn adds value to the yard in your own or office, and it gives a better amazing appearance that you always want to spend more time out there. You can decide to have a seeding lawn or a sod lawn depending on that one that fits your needs best considering the fact that both have their different pros and cons. You may have decided you want the sod lawn but you are not sure if it is the best option, so read on the following article and it will help you learn more about the many advantages the sod lawn has over the seeding lawn.

Sod lawns are the best choice when you are on a tight time frame of using a lawn because you can use them after a short time of installing it. Sod lawns give you the value for time, since they come already grown and within weeks they are ready for use thus giving you quicker results of a beautiful lawn than growing the seedlings.

Installing a sod lawn requires less labor compared to planting and taking care of a seeding lawn. A sod lawn doesn’t require adding of fertilizers like the seeding lawns since the grasses are already grown and have already been added every fertilizer to help them keep growing.

The sod lawns that you install have no weeds between the grasses so you will have a perfect lawn at the end of the day. Unlike the seeding lawn where you have to manage and control the weeds, sod comes already controlled, and they have no weeds.

The seeding lawn will cost you more at the end if you calculate, so the sod lawn becomes a budget conscious choice for you. For the seeding lawn, you will have to take care of the weeds and the reseeding of the dried patches, so it becomes more expensive than the sod lawn at the end.

If you want to have an instant solution for soil erosion and dust, go for the sod lawn because after you install the already grown grasses they will solve the problems immediately which happens within hours, unlike the seeding lawn that will take years to grow.

The sod lawn may be installed at any season of the year if you have enough readily available water since they need a lot of it in the beginning so that they take roots, but you can also plant during the seasons that they thrive if you do not have enough water available.

The sod lawns are denser since the grasses are closely grown to each other and are not easy to dry and leave patches like the seeding lawn that dry easily thus have a more beautiful look at the end.

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