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    I am trying to find out more about turf dressing. Whats in it? How its usually put down? Whats the purpose of it? Nobody in this area does it, that I know of . I have just heared about it on this forum. Any inputs are appreciated.

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    Top Dressing

    I am trying to find out more about turf dressing. Whats in it? How its usually put down? Whats the purpose of it? Nobody in this area does it, that I know of . I have just heared about it on this forum. Any inputs are appreciated.
    See my blogs for more info

    Top Dressing http://organiclawncarestore.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!7EFF0A1776EB421!230.entry?&_c02_vws=1

    Compost Tea http://organiclawncarestore.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!7EFF0A1776EB421!233.entry?&_c02_vws=1

    A place to start

    Steve


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      We are currently spreading two loads of this stuff a day, that is 38 yards, the buy from an Organic soil supplier by the transport load to keep a supply at home and truck anything 5 yards and under ourselves or we have loads delivered that are betweek 6 and 18 yards, it's 100% certified Organic, stone free, made to be placed over a current lawn that needs to be brought back to life in a hurry, mainly aged compost and sphanuan peat moss, it's not cheap, an average lawn of 2,500 to 3,000 square feet will cost the client $1,400 to $1,700 to turf dress, spray and overseed but they will have a golf course looking lawn in 20 to 30 days.
      Andy
      Halifax, Nova Scotia

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      • #4
        Thanks guys now i just just need to find a supplier and some clients that need this done. There is alot of lawns around here that get compacted and smothers out the grass. I can see this really helping over a few years of doing this.

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