Answer: It is not a great time to sod and you may lose some to cold injury if the winter is unseasonably cold. However bare soil erodes and invites winter weed invasion. You have had a very dry season, so keep the sod moist with frequent watering for the first few weeks. Then taper the watering schedule off to just enough to keep the soil moist should it not rain in the winter season. Hopefully it will turn out fine and come out with new growth in March and April. Fertilize the first time in mid April.
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