at 7:29:53 PM
I have a large front lawn which is bogey. Will truch loads of dirt do the trick or is there a cheaper way?
at 1:35:07 AM
Unfortunatly truck loads of dirt will not likely fix the problem. And cheaper might not either. This sound like it may be a drainage issue. It may require digging up and installing new or extra drain tile. Is this a new problem? How long does it stay bogey for?
peter hurst Robinsons
at 4:28:36 PM
Stays wet pretty much all summer in places. Lots of moss.' Under sod there is about 6 to 8 inches of soil (poor) beneath that there is hard packed grey clay. Lawn is about 300 ft.X 250 ft.
at 12:05:44 AM
Hi Peter, a couple of things to consider. Do you have an in-ground sprinkler system? Could it be leaking? Is your neighbors land higher and draining towards yours? Here is a link to "French Drains"
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