STOCKTON (CBS13) — A Delta sod farmer knew the predictions were bad for California. He’s seen less rain each year. Ed Zuckerman, who comes from a family of farmers, wanted to stay in business, so for the last two years, Zuckerman watched grass grow.
Zuckerman’s Delta Bluegrass Company has researched a variety of native California grasses and experimenting with a blend of seeds to create new sod. Zuckerman said the company has come up with several lawn options that can remain emerald green year-round and require a lot less water.Tagged In: Drought-Resistant Turf / Climate Change