Argentine Bahia 400 sq ft

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400 sq. ft. full pallet of Argentine Bahia sod.

Please Note: Sod Depot does not, under any circumstances, guarantee or warranty sod


Don’t be surprised when you first see your Bahia sod: It will look dry, clumpy and dead. Not to worry! The sod is dormant and just came out of a cow pasture, in the middle of a field that hasn’t been irrigated. Water every day for the first two weeks after your new sod is installed. You can stop irrigating daily when you try to pull the grass up with your hand and you can’t. 

Bahia is sold in increments of approximately 400 square feet per pallet. Please note: Bahia easily falls apart and can come off the pallet in chunks. Do not fret, just place the bits and pieces on the ground and they will grow. Bahia roots effortlessly

Argentine Bahia is a low to mid maintenance grass. It is a tough, coarse bladed grass that is capable of surviving in conditions that would destroy most turf grasses. One important characteristic of Bahia grass is it’s capability to withstand weather extremes. Bahia grass thrives in areas where the weather extremes cycle through periods of drought to heavy rains and back to drought again. Bahia will go dormant and brown in freeze conditions and recover in the Spring. Bahia is commonly used in retention ponds and on the median of highways.

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1 review for Argentine Bahia 400 sq ft

  1. John McWorth

    “Bahia is Bahia”.
    As a landscaper I know that it’s going to fall apart, be kind of ugly on arrival, and be chunky on the pallet. I’ve been laying Bahia sod for 40 years or so.
    HOWEVER; it really does look great just a few days after installation – just like they say it will.
    I will never order Bahia sod from another company purely for the fact that they are honest about how it’s doing. Sometimes it does arrive really nice and thick during a few months out of the year. But I always expect it to be brown upon arrival, as many know it is pasture grass and pasture grass does not typically undergo chemical treatments or get irrigated unless it’s raining.
    Thank you Sod Depot!

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