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Answer: Topdressing is a sand or prepared soil mix applied to the surface of the lawn. The term topdressing also is used for the process of applying the material.
Roots 'n Shoots LLC
Answer: Topdressing is a sand or prepared soil mix applied to the surface of the lawn. ... Topdressing materials are evenly applied in a thin layer, typically ¼ inch (6.35 mm) or less, for a variety of purposes. Topdressing can be used to smooth the surface of the lawn. It can reduce thatch buildup by encouraging decomposition.
Aries Landscape & Construction
Answer: Compost
Eco-Lawn System
Answer: an application of manure or fertilizer to the surface layer of soil or a lawn.
Hardscaping Plus
Answer: Layer of black dirt over a fresh seeding
Answer: Topdressing is using an good quality soil to spread on the bare areas of the damge lawn for new seed to be applied for new growth for the bare areas
Cuyahoga Property Maintenance
Answer: Spreading topsoil or compost lightly over the yard
Landmark lawncare
Answer: An application of soil or fertilizer to the layer of soil of a lawn.
Caribbean Services
Answer: mulch
AHS Pro Landscape
Answer: A prepared soil mix applied to surface of lawn such as topsoil
Larry Pierce Lawn/Landscaping
Answer: Topdressing is a sand or prepared soil mix applied to the lawn. Topdressing materials are applied in thin material
Perfect landsacping
Answer: Top-dressing can be Tudor Diane over the seed one seating or top-dressing can be covering up the top of the dirt such as mulch
Answer: Soil nutrients
Lawn Care by Curt
Answer: Topsoil over fill
cayeringservices lawn & landscapes
Answer: I am not sure
Midwest Ground Effects, Inc.
Answer: It is to top soil to the surface in preparation for a new lawn.
Land Tech Landscapes
Answer: It is soil or compost added to the surface of the turf to add soil and nutrients to the lawn.
Coastal Care
Answer: it is old compact grass that never came up
Robert Yard services
Answer: Top dressing is the process of scalping a lawn, then core aerating, then spreading 1/4" of a sand/compost mixture over the lawn. Topdressing helps with leveling and the compost will get into the aeration holes which improves the soil. Topdressing is different than sanding. Sanding is just spreading sand over the lawn to help with leveling.
Walkers Green, Inc
Answer: Adding a soil that your existing soil is missing to provide a more favorable soil for grass
Green Seed Landscaping
Answer: Top layer of soil on your lawn or, it could be a top layer of rock if you're referring to a gravel driveway.
GrassHoppers Lawn Enforcement LLC
Answer: Topsoil
Micro Dumpster
Answer: not sure
Answer: don't remember
Artios Painting 309 788 9432
Answer: A light application of soil based amendment
Pinnacle Landscape and Maintenance
Answer: a mixture of sand and soil
Oak Professional Maintenance Services Company Inc
Answer: sand
Sod Sales Direct
Answer: It depends on what type of job you are doing.
Andersen Home Services
Answer: A material spread over the top of the turf to enhance the conditions one is facing. Top dressing with over seeding, Top dressing after vert i-cutting, Top dressing after aeration. Top dressing to smooth out imperfections, top dressing to help soil situations. Many choices here.
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