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Duda Sod provides products and services for homeowners, installers, developers and builders, as well as sportsturf industry representatives.
To learn more about how we can address your specific needs, click on one of the pages below that best pertains to you.

  • Lawn Herbicides

Lawn Herbicides: Natural vs. Chemical

Properly caring for your Florida lawn requires constant vigilance against weeds, which can siphon precious water away from your grass, leaving it patchy and dry. Fortunately, you have multiple options available to you to keep your lawn looking its best over the years. Here’s what you need to know about both natural and chemical remedies […]

  • Fall Lawn

How to Prepare Your Home Lawn for Fall

All lawns require some preparations before fall arrives, but Florida lawns have their own special requirements. After a particularly challenging summer season, fall is often the time when Orlando sod really flourishes and looks its best. A few extra steps during the early and late fall months will prepare your lawn to thrive through the […]

  • Turf Pest

How to Combat Turf Pests

Florida’s tropical climate can be great for growing lush, beautiful grass on your property, but the warm weather and humidity also attracts a variety of common garden turf pests that can wreak havoc on your lawn. With all the hard work you put into it, the last thing you want is to see your grass […]

  • Dry brown patches

Prevent Dry Brown Patches from Forming in Your Grass

Homeowners in Florida love to have lush, green lawns on their properties, and it is likely that you count yourself among that number. If your home has a lawn, you probably spend a fair bit of time caring for it throughout the year, so it can be incredibly frustrating when you discover dry brown patches in your […]

  • Water Restrictions in Florida

Your Guide To Florida’s County Water Restrictions

Here in Florida, we are lucky to have warm, sunny weather throughout most of the year. However, that heat can also bring drought conditions with it. Because of this, local governments institute watering restrictions that delineate when and how much homeowners can irrigate their lawns and gardens. These requirements vary from county to county, so […]

  • Grass Sports

What Grass is Best For Sports?

The grass utilized on a playing field impacts the performance of athletes and the dynamics of the game, making grass selection a critical decision. Florida’s weather makes these different types of grass suitable for playing fields: Bimini Grass, Celebration Bermuda Grass, and Tifway 419 Bermuda Grass. Each of these products has advantages relating to sports fields […]

  • Water Your Lawn

How to Water Your Lawn During Summer Showers

If you have spent a summer in Florida, you know how hot it can get during the day. However, the weather can be unpredictable at this time of the year, with plenty of rain and thunderstorms. This can make it challenging to water your lawn properly. The last thing you want is to overwater or […]

  • Shady Grass

Best Sod to Put Near Shady Areas

There are a number of sods to choose from in Florida. No matter which sod farm you visit or sod company you buy from, you are certain to encounter a large number of high-quality sods, such as zoysia sod and floratam sod. However, there are only a few kinds of grass that thrive when you […]

  • Fertilization

Florida Fertilization Recommendations for the Best Lawn

The secret behind a beautiful lawn is in what you do, and how you do it. Certain grass acclimates better and is better suited for certain climates. Nearly any grass can live and even thrive in virtually any climate, but only if it is installed, maintained, and fertilized properly.
Florida’s Climate Is Ideal For Most Sod […]

  • Watering Grass Lawn

The Science Behind Watering My Grass

Our lawns can create the perfect image for our homes, our businesses, and for any number of facilities. They can also wreck that image which can have costly and unwanted consequences. Most of us have had that experience; both good and bad. And while we all tend to blame the weather, sun, or our sprinklers […]

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