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Re: RE: Theresa, found the perfect thing for you.....

You're discarding sod? Theresa, use it instead. Turn it upside down so that grass rots. What you have then is a compact chunk of soil in which to start seeds, then plant the whole thing. Margaret L

Sorry- but they really annoy me when they are willing to take the time to
write me a little note, but won't just take the stuff with them.  Mine was
filled with sod I had ripped out of the lawn to make a garden bed larger.  I
think it must have been a replacement driver today- since they always have
taken it in the past.

Sac, CA zone 8-9
raining and very dreary here
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