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Begin watering your new sod as soon as possible after installation.  During warm summer months, water 1 hour in the morning and 1 hour in the evening.  Other months 1 hour 1 time per day is usually enough. Continue this schedule for the first two weeks after installation.  Pull up a corner of a piece in different areas and be sure the soil underneath is moist.  Sod that begins to look grey is surely not getting enough water.

Also, if the tip of the grass blade is brown, it is not getting sufficient water through the plant.  Be careful along edges of driveways, brick pavers, or around buildings.  These materials retain and reflect extra heat and will burn the sod if the area does not receive extra water.  Monitor the area closely in the first two weeks after installation.

After the initial two weeks, begin cutting back on watering to every second or third day.  Watering for a short period of time every day will leave the roots of the grass plants shallow and close to the soil surface.  Less frequent, deeper watering will make the grass grow deep, healthy roots.  Your sod will require 1 inch of water per week as it matures.

The sod you receive will have sufficient fertilizer as-is.  It will not require fertilizer for six to eight weeks after it is installed.  Fertilizing two to four times per year will keep your sod looking the way it did when it was first installed.  Use a balanced fertilizer with 40% to 50% of the nitrogen (the first number in the formulation) from slow release forms.  Fertilizing March 1st, May 1st, September 1st, and November 1st will keep your grass healthy and thick.  Fall is the most important time to feed the sod, especially late fall and even up to Thanksgiving.

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