Roger's Nod to Sod | The Jamestown Net Zero House
Coming up on This Old House The show opens with Kevin at the busy Jamestown job site, where the yard has been ripped up by the heavy machinery. In just a few short weeks the grass will go in, and luckily Roger has a good solution. Roger joins Jenn and Kevin at a nearby sod farm where hundreds of acres of environmentally-friendly grass is grown. They learn about a variety with microclover that requires less water and uses no pesticides and fertilizer.
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