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Cover Tree roots with Sod in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX

While trees can add natural beauty to landscaping, you might find that yours create trip hazards and eyesores in the form of exposed roots. If you’re dealing with this issue, then sod installation in DFW and Sunnyvale, TX may offer you a solution. Watch this video to see the process of laying sod over tree roots.

Before you get started, make sure that your tree species won’t mind having turf grass over their root systems. For example, many fruit trees produce more fruit when their roots are exposed to the air. Next, till the soil around the root system and add about 6 to 8 inches of topsoil. Now, you can begin laying sod over the area. Finally, remember to water and fertilize your sod to help it establish a healthy root system.