Regardless of the quality, your better off paying 20-25 for a larger bag of scotts from costco.
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That shouldn't be right. Call the store, there might have been problem or it's just a forgotten orderthelasthunter wrote: ↑ Whatever you do, do not buy online from Crappy Tire as they are backed up big time right now. Been waiting for my pick-up order for 2 weeks, on stuff they already have in that store location. I ordered online just before the stores opened up and because I wanted to try the Triangle 0% interest, 24 equal monthly payment offer.
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There might be something underneath your grass/soil (i.e., large rock, plastic sheet, etc.) that is preventing your grass from growing properly. Try the screwdriver test to see if you find anything.HughZ wrote: ↑ Yours is better than mine, at least there are some green. I have worked really hard to get my lawn to the standard, it just wouldn't budge. Seeing all weeds and dying grass, I put new sod three years ago. Since then, I have manually pulled out all the weeds, fertilize twice a year, top seeding, top soil, you name it. But the grass simply would not grow and half my lawn are going brownish.
The thing is that some of my neighbors don't do anything, and the nearby park without much care, but their grass is all thick and happy.
Honestly, I am wondering if I should go with the artificial SOD