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19 Comments

  • Dave Tormala 3 months ago

    Thank you for this video. I'm in process in making a garden and I needed help in figuring how to start with it. but this is the start and I need to get rid of the grass for the garden. I making a garden bed and I need the place boards This helps me as well. Thank you.

  • Karamia 3 months ago

    You are always beautiful, inside and out! Great job..I think I will tackle a spot in my yard now!

  • garland Fraley 3 months ago

    Good job

  • Andre Thomas 3 months ago

    Great video! thx.

  • Melinda L. 3 months ago

    Hi, love your videos! I have a question . I am trying to do something similar and I live in Colorado in the front range area. I plan on dividing a third of my front lawn and converting it into a river rock landscape. ( we cannot simply use mulch because of our high winds) My question is when I cover up that part of the lawn with the polypropylene cover do I have to remove the sod first or can I cover it up then add the River rock on top of polypropylene cover?

  • Dallas' vlogs/ Gaming 3 months ago

    Thank u! Helped me figure out how and what to do!

  • Deimos Apex 3 months ago

    One note- rope is cheaper 😉

  • Trentacus 3 months ago

    No calling 811? While not common for power and water, communication lines such as cable tv can be just under the sod and can result in expensive damages and repair costs the digger is responsible for.

  • Jackie Kevan 3 months ago

    Very helpful, thank you.

  • leo lee 3 months ago

    thank you so much for sharing the experience, really helped me

  • Sue Pfeiffer 3 months ago

    That's fine for "sod" grass, but what about established mature lawns which have been in place for years?

  • mockingbird187 3 months ago

    #1 home improvement recommendation: Hide your nearest fire hydrant so no one can find it.

  • Seckin Vural 3 months ago

    What is the name of that thing shes using anyone that can give me a name please im from australia?

  • Try doing that down here in southeast Texas. Its all clay soil. Twice as hard to do

  • Els Laureys 3 months ago

    I'm addicted to watching your videos now, so relaxing and inspiring !!

  • Kate DIY 3 months ago

    When I'm not in a hurry, I place cardboard over the area and mulch on top of that. Smothers the grass and I didn't have to haul the sod away.

  • Owen Sands 3 months ago

    call 811(util lines), sharpened half moon edger and sharpened garden spade. Done! That's what does it for me with my bermuda tifway 419. 🙂

  • geardriven 3 months ago

    How long did it take to remove all the sod? I'm contemplating a 12×15 concrete pad and have to remove all grass before we pour. Thanks!

  • Frank Winkhorst 3 months ago

    I have been doing it the way the guy on This Old House does it, with an adze, but this roll-up method looks a lot easier. And I can reuse the sod this way to fill in bare spots. Thanks.

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