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Bakersfield, CA - October 24, 2021
Popular Sod Types in Bakersfield
#1 Elite Plus
#2 Celebration Bermuda
#3 Tifway Bermuda
#4 Tifgreen Bermuda
Bakersfield Climate Facts
|Annual Avg. Precipitation||6.45 in.|
|Days That Are Sunny||272 days|
|Rainy Days||38 days|
|Summer Temp. High||98 degrees|
|Winter Temp. Low||37 degrees|
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Sod was delivered on time and in great quality. Price was fair. Going close to a month I laid it, looks great. Great customer service.
Ceasar Franco, Los Angeles, Google
I bought 400 square feet of sod from sod lawn and I'm very pleased. by the second week of receiving my sod, it was green and fluffy. I am very pleased with their prices also. Thanks, SodLawn!
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Great customer service, Great team, got my delivery the very next day from purchase. Will definitely continue to purchase from SodLawn.
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The Lawn of Your Dreams in Bakersfield
Bakersfield is sometimes referred to as the Country Music Capital of the West because of its strong influence in country music. It is where the country music genre called the “Bakersfield sound” originated in the mid- to late 1950s. This twangy, honky-tonk style of music blends traditional country music with rock and roll and was popularized by country music legends Buck Owens and Merle Haggard, who were both from the area.
The city of Bakersfield offers a wide variety of arts and cultural activities, fairs and festivals, recreational activities, and community events that appeal to people from all walks of life. The city hosts Scottish Clan Gatherings and the Kern County Scottish games where people dance to Scottish bagpipes and engage in sporting activities.
The CSUB Indigenous Native American Club holds its Native Gathering twice every year at Runner Park on the campus of California State University Bakersfield.
Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace is also located in the area. It’s a music hall, bar, restaurant, nightclub, and museum all in one facility.
While there aren’t any major sports league teams in the city, there are two minor league professional sports teams – the American Hockey League’s Bakersfield Condors, and the Pecos League’s Bakersfield Train Robbers baseball club.
Bakersfield is located near the Central Valley region and the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley in Kern County, which produces more oil than any other county in the nation. The top industries in Bakersfield are oil and agriculture. Major crops grown in the area include citrus, grapes, almonds, alfalfa, carrots, roses, and cotton.
The city also has many manufacturing and distribution facilities. It is home to the world’s largest ice cream plant, and other products manufactured in the area include stock racing cars, highway paint, and central vacuum systems.
The top employers in Bakersfield include the County of Kern, the Giumarra Companies, Grimmway Farms, Bolthouse Farms, Bakersfield Memorial Hospital, City of Bakersfield, Mercy Hospitals of Bakersfield, ARB, Kern Medical Center, State Farm Insurance, Sun World, Chevron, and Clinica Sierra Vista.
The city drew people from everywhere during the California Gold Rush, including a man named Thomas Baker, whom the town was named after. He was a lawyer and a former colonel in the Ohio militia who settled in the area in 1863.
By 1880, Bakersfield was home to 800 people, and that number grew to more than 2,600 residents by 1890. Many of these new residents migrated from Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Southern California to work in the oil industry. According to the 2010 Census, the city has a population of 347,483 people.
With an average of only 6.5 inches of rainfall per year, Bakersfield has a desert-type climate marked by hot, dry summers and mild winters with chilly nights. During the winter months, Bakersfield often gets a dense cover of fog, called Tule fog, which greatly decreases visibility as it settles in over the valley. This fog typically occurs from November through March.
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