Nothing ties together the amenities of indoor living like beautiful outdoor spaces. Since 1973, Duda Sod has played an important role in the introduction of new and improved turf varieties for your home lawn.
This legacy continues today as Duda Sod is proud to announce the availability of products like our Icon Zoysia. Its drought and salt tolerance attributes make Icon Zoysia a top performer.
Duda Sod works closely with the University of Florida and private turfgrass researchers to continually enhance and improve the sustainability, aesthetics, and vigor of our sod varieties.
Shop on our Sod Varieties page below to determine what type of sod is best for you.
Duda Sod provides quality turfgrass to hundreds of installers in Florida and Southern Texas. Ask your landscaper or installer about turf from Duda Sod.
Sod is a living, perishable amenity to your home and deserves expert care. Prepping for new sod will ensure your getting the quality grass you expect.
Ensure your lawn looks and feels its’ best
As soon as the sod has rooted in place. Do not mow if the grass has not rooted. The general rule-of-thumb is not to take more than one-third of the blade per mowing.
During the hotter months you should irrigate at least twice per day, once in the mid-morning and once in the afternoon. In the cooler months irrigating once per day should be fine. Once the grass has established itself you can return to your normal nighttime watering schedule.
That depends on many factors. What type of grass do you have now? What is your geographical location? Do you have full sun or some shade? Do you have an irrigation system? Refer to our varieties page to find the right grass for you.
You can successfully install sod anytime of the year in Florida.
One pallet of sod will fit in a full size pick-up truck and a pallet is 400 to 500 sq. ft., depending on the location where you purchase. A pallet of sod is approx. 3000 lbs.
Sod is a living, perishable plant. To ensure the success of your new sod you must be sure your area is prepped and ready. Sod is mature grass that, once established, should be treated just as you would any other lawn. In Florida, pests such as chinch bugs and sod web worms must be controlled with the appropriate pesticide and be on the lookout for disease in the summer and early fall. Apply any pesticide within regulations stated on each label. Mowing frequency and height is different for all varieties. Please refer to our varieties page to see the different requirements for each sod type.