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Sod University is a rich resource for the lawn and garden enthusiast and includes educational content, interactive tools, and expert insights on all things lawn care.  Research and science continue to drive the turfgrass industry, but it is the desire to have the best looking yard that fuels our passion.


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Turf Colorant: A Great Option for Maintaining Winter Color in Warm Season Lawns

Applying turf colorant is a great option for maintaining winter color during winter dormancy in warm season lawns.

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Winterizing Your Lawn Mower

With winter months ahead, it is important to consider taking time and preventative care for your gas-powered lawn mower.

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The Benefits of Laying Sod in the Winter

Winter may seem like the wrong time to lay sod—but for many states, it’s a totally safe time to install new grass.

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How to Keep Your Lawn Green During the Winter

Although the first day of fall isn’t until September 22nd, mid-August is the best time to start preparing for winter.

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Winter Lawn Maintenance Tips

Although it is now winter, your grass is not dead! Maintenance practices are reduced right now, but your lawn still needs to be cared for.

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10 White Elephant Christmas Gift Ideas for the Lawn Lover

Check out a list Sod University put together for 10 white elephant Christmas gift ideas for the lawn lover.

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Warm Season Lawns Turn Brown Dormant Winter

Why Do Warm Season Lawns Turn Brown?

During the summer, warm season grasses are at their peak. When temperatures drop and remain below 65 degrees, warm season grasses go dormant.

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Winterizing Your Lawn

Winter is the time of year that many homeowners like to take a break from lawn maintenance, but a healthy lawn requires attention year-round.

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