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dkhntr

where to buy sod??????

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I did all the prep work, and now ready to lay some sod. Not much, I only need 18 rolls. Where do I find it, and about how much per roll is it? I never see any pricing on it. So it must change often.

Thanks,

Chris

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I see you live in South St.Paul, Gertens will have sod Its been a few years since I have bought sod so I'm not sure of the price my guess would be around $1.75 a role.

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I just paid $.95 / roll from the sod farm in North Branch.

Harley's Sod in North Branch, Hoffman's Sod in East Bethel.

If you're doing a large project, you're going to be better off in calling an actual sod farm rather than going someplace like Gertens.

You'll have to pay for shipping, unless you've got a pretty good setup to haul.

A roll will cover 1.5 sq yards, so figure out how much you need, or call, and they'll tell you how much you need.

By large I mean more than 1 pallet (60 rolls).

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Thanks for the help guys. I drove by Gertans and they want 2.50 a roll. Thought that was maybe a little steep. I will try a sod farm mentioned above.

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