Can someone offer some advice on rebuilding a lawn/soil that has been neglected for 50 years?
I have an acre of grass that I would like to replace. The current yard is hard and bumpy. It's uneven and full of ruts. Do I have to have old grass and topsoil hauled away before I bring in new topsoil, or can I work new topsoil into the old?
What will I need for equipment?
how to properly grade lawn
Seeding lawn during a drought
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