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    Sunbelt Times – Issue 15 – March 2022

    In this issue: #FlipTheTurf, Sod Coloring, Hydroseeding with FlexTerra, and more!

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    Sunbelt Time – Issue 12 – December 2021

    In this issue: Winter Lawn Treatments, Angel Tree Turnout, Holiday Hours, Sam Allen Road Project in Plant City

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    Sunbelt Times – Issue 11 – November 2021

    In this issue: Grass Seed Shortage, State Road 64 at Greyhawk Boulevard, Salvation Army Angel Tree

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    Sunbelt Times – Issue 10 – October 2021

    In this issue: DIY Lawn Maintenance, Minority Business Certifications, and Apollo Beach Boulevard Extension Project Update

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    Sunbelt Times – Issue 9 – September 2021

    In this issue: What is the best time of year to install sod? How does the weather impact our business? Sod Spotlight: Perennial Peanut

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    Sunbelt Times – Issue 8 – August 2021

    In this issue: Logistics, Turf Reinforcement Mats, and Sod Spotlight: Floratam

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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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    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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    Common Sod Maintenance Mistakes

    The guy in the picture at the bottom of this post mistakenly killed 40,000 square feet of his lawn after using the wrong chemical application (click here for that story). Don’t be like this guy. All in all, many people are successfully able to take care of their lawn maintenance needs without the help of…

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