Do anyone know the easiest/best way to recycle newly cut turf(sod) as
have just cut out some flower beds and have loads of turf as a result.
I want to reuse it if possible as it has a lot of good soil attched t
it. It's currently grass side down in stacks.
I thought I heard some time ago about an "off the shelf" mixture whic
kills the grass and roots thus breaking it down - but that's all I ca
The last time I had any amount of turf cut out for a new bed, I used
some to patch other parts of the lawn, and put the rest out in front of
the house with a 'free sod' sign. A neighbor down the street was very
happy to take it to patch his lawn.
Considering all the autumn leaves and such I bring home each fall, it's
only fair to offer something in exchange...
Pat in Plymouth MI ('someplace.net' is comcast)
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