resod

resod

(riːˈsɒd)
vb (tr)
(Horticulture) to returf (a lawn)
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The pervasiveness of the endemics is such that only way to get rid of them would be to resod the fairways.
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A highly specific procedural standard would require the chief to cut the grass every ten days and remove a defined set of weeds every five days, to collect all visible trash every other day, and to resod any area where bare earth was showing within three days.
"We had damage done to the entire center of a football field in the middle of the season, and the machine was able to resod it, and the team was able to go on playing," he added.
The builder brought in soil, but I had to resod. Later, I had to fix basement settling."
They generally resod the entire field once a year in order to provide the best possible footing for the athletes.
To resod a damaged spot in your lawn, use a sharp, straight-edged spade to remove all the affected grass and soil to a depth of 2 in.
Snow dump sites, many of them neighborhood parks, are resod. Sand and salt are washed from streets, and a general beautification is undertaken.