Amal Yeargin

Knowledge Areas : Real Estate Investing, Real Estate in South Carolina, Residential Sales

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  1. If the ground in the area is very loose, tamp it down well- you do not want to get grass established and then have the ground under the grass subside and create a dip in your lawn. If needed, dig down a half foot or so into the, now bare, torn up area, and then refill with commercial grade topsoil (from Home Depot, Ace, Lowes etc.), If you plant seed, mix it with topsoil and spread it on top, watering in lightly for the first week to two weeks.  If you use sod, water the topsoil, then lay the sod and water it lightly daily for the first week, and every other day for the next week.

    Do not fertilize for a month or more; most sod is already fertilized, and grass seed is usually coated with a fertilizer and a fungicide.

    UTC 2023-01-21 01:01 AM 0 Comments

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