Call 209-772-3451 to order your sod!
We are distributors of Delta
Bluegrass Sod Company, growers of premium sod using rich Delta peat soil. Get
a quote now!
Our prices for
Traditional Sod: (over 1000 sq. ft. = free delivery except
in mountain areas. Call us to check.)
Under 250 sq. ft.:
(delivery not available- must pick up at Delta in Stockton or Lodi)
250 to 999 sq. ft.:
($80 delivery fee)
250 sq. ft. +
DELIVERY FREE to our yard,
(if we can load it with the forklift, we will, if we can't you load it yourself
and are responsible for the sod once
it is delivered.)
over 500 sq. ft.:
.56 ($80 delivery fee under
Over 1000' =
(if not in mountain area or inaccessible road)
over 5000 sq. ft.
over 10,000 sq. ft.
Add 4 cents to the above prices
$3.00 per sq. ft.
Mow Free and Native Sod:
$2.00 per sq. ft.
Bobtail Delivery (in mountainous areas):
regardless of amount.
RENTAL: Sod Rollers for
$7.00 per day (24 Hours) and Sod Rakes for
day. (at the nursery)
FERTILIZER: 8-16-16 Starter Fertilizer:
lb. bags cover 1200 sq. ft. and cost $18.99 per bag. Highly recommended.
Delivered with your sod or purchase at the nursery.
Minimum Installation Charge is $350.
or 33 cents per sq. ft. for traditional sod.
Minimum Installation Charge is
$450 or 40 cents per sq. ft.- Kurapia, Native and Mow
Minimum sod: 250 sq. ft.
projects must be sod ready and accessible.
Each roll is 2' wide and 5' long, or 10 sq. ft.
Always order your rolls in multiples of 10 sq. ft.. Order your sod at
least three days before you need it. Delivery is every day except
Sunday. We can call you the afternoon before with an approximate
delivery time with a 2 hour window.
All orders must be prepaid in advance before we can
order your sod. We can accept credit cards over the phone for your
Tip: always order about 5% extra.
This will save you a lot of hassle if you are short a roll or two.
For elevation over 3500', use Bluegrass or Blue-Rye. Below 3500',
Bolero Dwarf Fescue, Bolero Plus or 90-10 tall Fescue are excellent
To find out more about installation and care, and
the different types of sod, click on this link:
Delta Bluegrass Website