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    Sunbelt Times – Issue 6 – June 2021

    In this issue: Combatting Drought, Upcoming South-County Projects, Hydroseeding, Wellen Park Development, and more!

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    Sunbelt Times – Issue 5 – May 2021

    In this issue: Hydroseeding with Proganics Dual, Hurricane Season Preparation, TifTuf Bermuda, Irrigation System Checks, and Withlacoochee State Trail

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    Sunbelt Times – Issue 4 – April 2021

    In this issue: #MoveOverFL, Traffic Relief Coming to Big Bend Road, Sod Spotlight: Empire Zoysia, How to Prep Your Lawn for Spring, I-275 Bus on Shoulder Project.

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    Sunbelt Times – Issue 3

    In this issue: Just say no to Plastic Surfaces, Hillsborough County Transportation Tax, Celebration Bermuda, and the Apollo Beach Boulevard Extension

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    Sunbelt Times – Issue 2

    In this issue: -My lawn is turning brown, what do I do? -Bucs make NFL history with home Superbowl game-Sod Spotlight: Citra Blue CLICK HERE to read Issue 2 in its entirety

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    Sunbelt Times – Issue 1

    CLICK HERE to read the entire issue!

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    Why are there Mushrooms in my Lawn?

    Mushrooms are a form of fungus that can be spread by the wind, or by you carrying spores on your shoes/tires/animals/etc. Fungus as a whole prefers dark, wet environments. You are more likely to find mushrooms in your lawn if you yard is shaded, and recently after a good rain (or if you’ve left your…

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    Is Your Dog’s Urine Killing Your Lawn?

    Let’s start with the facts: only female dog urine tends burn grass, so if you have boys – that’s why you’ve likely never noticed it! But why is this? Chemically, male and female dog urine has the same makeup, so how is this a thing? Generally speaking, it has to do with the way a…

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    The Importance of a Quality Fleet

    As Benjamin Franklin said, “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” At Sunbelt Sod, we like to think that we are prepared for whatever job our customers bring us. We are in an industry that is focused on providing a quality service to our customer, and if we cannot competently complete their job,…

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    Erosion Control, Take 2

    We’ve talked before about sod being a great option for erosion control. The only thing that can be a bit tricky is new sod that hasn’t taken root just yet – what happens when you’re working on a steep slope, or in a ditch that has water flowing through at a high rate of speed?…

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