|04-11-2012, 05:43 PM||post #1 of 3|
Join Date: Jun 2009
MTF Member # 28715
Flood & Sand
I keep an RV along the Susquahanna Rive in upsate PA. Lasts years floods left a good layer of sand, up to a foot in spots, on my nice grass. I got it cleaned up the best I can with my loader. However what is left I'm sure will not support grass.
I need to turn the soil. York rake on the tractor and keep going over it untill it is well mixed or would it be better to get a tiller and till down a good 6 - 8 inches.
Suggestions for fertilizer?
Thanks for the input.
'11 Kubota BX2360, 54" Fine Cut deck, FEL
'96 Cub 2185
|04-11-2012, 09:07 PM||post #2 of 3|
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Re: Flood & Sand
If you have a well established yard...........get as much as you can off and the sand will actually help the grass in the long run.
Most stadiums put a layer of sand on top of the turf several times a year............REAL TURF that is
John Deere 430
John Deere 425 with 54" Deck and Power Flow and MC 519 Cart
John Deere 400 with 60" Deck and Power Flow
John Deere 112 H with 38" deck
John Deere 30 Hydraulic Tiller w/ 12" extension and 3 Pt setup
John Deere 21 Cart
John Deere 80 Cart (refurbished to be used)
John Deere 22 Cart (Greens mower trailer)
54" 4 way plow
Brinly 10" Sleeve hitch plow
Brinly 12" 3pt Plow X2
Brinly 4 gang Disc
5 JD 400 parts machines (2 are destined to be rebuilt)
Craftsman Lawn Cart (orphaned)
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|04-24-2012, 10:19 AM||post #3 of 3|
Join Date: Sep 2007
MTF Member # 7124
Re: Flood & Sand
Robert is right about the sand. My uncle has a place that is all sand. I mean dig down four feet and its still sand. He has the nicest lawn i have ever seen and yet he does nothing to it.
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