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St. Augustine Grass

St. Augustine has been a beloved choice for Texas home lawns for quite some time. Although the various types of St. Augustine grass may seem almost identical, they exhibit performance differences.


Palmetto St. Augustine

Palmetto, which is an improved version of the Raleigh St. Augustine, boasts superior performance in a variety of environmental conditions. It excels in shade, cold, heat, and drought, while also exhibiting excellent tolerance to fungus and higher color retention after freezes. Thanks to these outstanding qualities, Palmetto has been identified as a top performer.

Intended Use: Commercial, Residential


Mowing Height: 2″ – 3″


Raleigh St. Ausgustine

The Raleigh St. Augustine is a type of grass that commonly grows in the southern regions and comes from North Carolina. It is recognized for being able to withstand cold weather and resist the St. Augustine Decline Virus. Because of these qualities, Raleigh has been widely distributed as turfgrass in Texas for many years. Its popularity stems from its ability to create dense growth coverage and control weed growth when given proper hydration and care. While Raleigh can grow under tree canopies, it requires enough sunlight to thrive.

  • Medium green color

  • Cold tolerant

  • Shade tolerant

  • SAD Virus resistant

  • Develops dense ground coverage


Intended Use: Commercial, Residential


Mowing Height: 2″ – 3″

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MicroLife Brown Patch 5-1-3 is the perfect solution for establishing healthy roots and boosting the growth of your new grass. With 100% slow-release nitrogen, it won't harm your grass or roots. The ideal blend of potash and phosphorous promotes rapid root development and overall plant health, while the abundance of soil building nutrients and microbes, like mycorrhizal fungi, provide extra strength to your roots. Get your grass off to a strong start with MicroLife Brown Patch 5-1-3!

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How do you calculate the correct amount of sod?

1 piece of sod ≅ 16" x 24", which equals ≅  2.67 square feet.

One pallet of sod covers ≅ 450 square feet.


There are ≅ 168 pieces per pallet.

To calculate how many pieces of sod you need, measure the total area (length x width) and divide by 2.67

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