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Important Soil and Yard Development Terms

Before beginning any lawn and garden improvement project, it is important to understand the different types of materials you may need. It is essential to buy the right kind of soil, fertilizer, and protective groundcover. Knowledge of the different planting materials available will help you succeed. Below are seven terms to be familiar with before you tackle any lawn or garden development project.

  • Topsoil – Nutrient rich soil used in lawn and garden development. Sometimes referred to as potting soil, topsoil is key for growing indoor plants as well.
  • Mulch – Rocks, woodchips, and other organic material used to create a protective layer on top of soil. Mulch prevents weeds from growing, defends against soil erosion, and locks in moisture.
  • Compost – Organic material that has been broken down and recycled for use as a fertilizer. Compost is often mixed with soil to make for a more fertile growing material.
  • Peat – Decomposed plant material that retains moisture and stores nutrients, aiding plant growth.
  • Turf – A thin layer of dirt and grass attached at the roots. Turf, also known as sod, is typically sold in rolls or squares and can be used to develop an even and attractive lawn quickly.
  • Artificial Turf – Synthetic grass commonly used in sporting venues. Artificial turf has become increasingly popular in residential areas in the South and Southwest because it requires minimal maintenance and no irrigation.
  • Fill – Dirt used for leveling holes or altering the elevation in a yard. Fill is used in backyard projects like building ponds, pools, or patios.
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    All Island Recycle & Rubbish Removal
    870 S 2nd St, Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
    We are family owned and operated roll off company willing to cater to all your dumpster and cleanup needs. We have 10-15-20-30 yard containers. We have the crew to load them also.
    (631) 467-6900
    Prianti Farms Inc
    47 E Deer Park Rd, Dix Hills, NY 11746
    Prianti Farms offers mulch, topsoil, compost, sandstone, firewood, gravel, plants, fruits, vegetables, trees, shrubs, seeds, bulbs, sod, pottery, and much more. Stop by to see for yourself!
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    (631) 499-0772
    User Review: "Very glad for the recommendation from a friend. Delivery specials were good price & got free delivery. Purchased topsoil..." - Richard (NY)
    232 Colt Hwy, Farmington, CT 06032
    Great selection of Mulch, Soil, and Compost for pick-up or Delivery. We also carry Firewood & Bio Bricks. Yard Waste Recycling is available at our convenient locations.
    (860) 674-8855
    Greencycle Grillo Services LLC
    1183 Oronoque Rd, Milford, CT 06461
    (203) 877-5070
    Homer C Godfrey Co The
    1360 Central Ave, Bridgeport, CT 06610
    (203) 336-1823
    Denny Landscape & Tree Service
    45 Industry Dr, West Haven, CT 06516
    (203) 931-7059
    Gillis Construction Excavating, Septic and Drivewa
    157 Spring Hill Rd, Trumbull, CT 06611
    (203) 452-9302
    295 One Rod Hwy, Fairfield, CT 06824
    (203) 259-6852
    Datin Brothers Inc
    9 Vani Ct, Westport, CT 06880
    (203) 226-5354
    Troffa Joseph M Landscape & Mason Supply Inc
    70 Comsewogue Rd, East Setauket, NY 11733
    (631) 928-4665
    Cossuto Topsoil Inc
    Waterbury, CT 06712
    (203) 755-1960
    Brookside Nurseries Organic Soils
    8 Mulvoy St, Norwalk, CT 06854
    (203) 853-2076
    Bethel Sand & Gravel Co
    2 Maple Avenue Ext, Bethel, CT 06801
    (203) 743-4469
    Tayco Corp
    400 Washington St, Wallingford, CT 06492
    (203) 269-3935
    Bethel Sand & Gravel Co
    2 Maple Avenue Ext, Bethel, CT 06801
    (203) 743-4469

    Topsoil is the uppermost layer of dirt. Although topsoil occurs naturally, it can take hundreds of years just to produce a couple inches of organic material that is rich enough nutrients to support flowers, crops, grasses, and other plants. Nursery centers, therefore, sell topsoil products consisting of dirt and compost. The mixture is used to farm crops, improve flower gardens, and create landscapes. Since gardening and farm suppliers often make their own version of topsoil, they can include specific mixtures of mulch, compost, dirt, and other organic materials. Certain combinations supply needed nutrients to various types of flowers and crops. Using the right topsoil, therefore, makes it easier for gardeners to grow healthy plants that produce abundant fruits, vegetables, and flowers. Recent combinations specifically made for lawns include grass seed in nutrient-rich dirt. This combination makes it possible for homeowners to grow lush lawns that resist erosion and drought. Those that do not contain any synthetic fertilizers might also be labeled as organic or sustainable, because they do not have chemicals that can damage the environment. Before choosing topsoil for your garden or landscape, contact a nursery to help you decide which option is best for your plants. Many nursery supply companies have websites where you can learn about the different types of products that they sell. Look for options that meet your specific needs. Some websites also provide information about how much water and additional nutrients that you should give your plants. The end result is often an improved lawn, turf, or garden that contains rich compost instead of dirt that has already lost its nutrients.
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