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Big Roll Sod
Our “Nifty 4 Fifty” is
available in our hybrid
Bluegrass seed
blend.

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Tree Nursery
Shade & Ornamental Trees are available from our 90 acre nursery. Grown in their native soil.

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We offer the best in the industry for quality and service.

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Huggett’s Pallet Sod

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Huggett Sod Farm has served the diverse needs of sod users by offering a variety of options. Sod can be cut in a 10 square foot piece or 450 square foot roll, depending on the variety. While most of the sod is  grown on peat, we also grow it on mineral soil.

Varieties of turf include: bluegrass blend, fescue/bluegrass mix, and bent grass. Three varieties of bent  are grown on four different soil types or may be purchased soil-free. We utilize the results of studies done by the National Turfgrass  Evaluation Program based on the overall performance of the varieties for our region.

Pallet Sod

Pallet Sod (Nuggett + II): Download Spec Sheet

Bluegrass blend (Midnight, Brilliant & Able I) sod, grown on peat soil or on mineral/topsoil. The use of 3 different varieties is beneficial to avoid widespread turf reaction to insects, diseases, heat or cold. The seed blend has been chosen for its dark green color, disease resistance, & tolerance to drought and heavy traffic. It is maintained at 2” mowing height.
Also available in a 450 square foot roll.

Premium Shade Mix: Download Spec Sheet

Fine Fescue blend (Jamestown II, Reliant II, Boreal) is a narrow leafed bunch grass with small percentage of Nuggett+ II added to give it a solid root structure for harvesting and installation, grown on topsoil. It is maintained at 2” mowing height. Fours hours of direct sunlight is still necessary.

Class B:

Commercial grade of sod (if available) can be harvested from peat or topsoil field.



Grass Facts:

Grass plants are 70 to 80% water and clippings alone are 90% water
90% of the weight of grass is in its roots.

The front lawns of 8 average houses have the same cooling effect as 24 home central  air conditioning units.

Turf reduces glare, filters odor and noise, and most important, turf absorbs carbon dioxide and traps much of the estimated 12 million tons of dust and dirt released annually into the U.S. atmosphere.

A 50 by 50 foot turf grass lawn releases enough oxygen for a family of four; the grass and trees along the U.S. interstate highway system release enough oxygen to support 22 million people.

Sod provides instant beauty and instant value. Research shows that landscaping with sod instantly increases the market value of your property from 5% to 10%.

 

Huggett Sod Farm, Inc.