Answer: I would suggest you consult with your local county extension as to which blends and specific grass varieties seem to do best in your local area and similar situations with similar soil to yours. They can also help you with running basic soil tests to see, based on the results, if you need to amend or otherwise improve your soil prior to laying the sod. For best results you may also want to add some organic matter such as good quality compost to help improve the soil and provide a good environment for the sod roots -- if the roots do not do well then your sod will fail. They will also be able to suggest what is best to use and easily available locally for that. Good luck with your project!
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