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Brown Topsoil

A heavy brown sandy loam topsoil with nothing added. It is used under sod and for seeding. It is also used to fill in and build up around foundations.

We keep this topsoil in a covered storage building so it can be accessed year-round.

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Blended Topsoil

30% peat soil mixed with 70% brown topsoil. Used for gardens and flower beds. Lighter in weight than clear brown. We will add up to 50% peat soil (50/50 blend) at no additional charge.

We keep this topsoil in a covered storage building so it can be accessed year-round.

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Field Run Topsoil

A clear brown topsoil unscreened (just the way it is taken from the field). It goes through no machine. It may have some lumps and stones in it. We have no control over it.

 

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Clear Peat Soil

A very light weight soil and is generally used for mixing with customer's own heavy/hard or clay-like soil. Do not use alone. It is too light in weight and has no body. It tends to dry out and blow away.

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Compost

A blend of organic materials including leaves, grass clippings, and brush that has been processed to produce a material that is beneficial for lawns and gardens. It can be mixed with either brown or blended topsoil to make a very rich soil that any plant will thrive in.

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Top Fill

Rough fill used, for example, to fill in a deep hole (like an old swimming pool). Top fill consists of lumps, stones, and debris rejected off of our topsoil machines. The screen is approximately ¾in. , so the fill will be larger than that.