What is the difference between screened and unscreened topsoil?
Screened topsoil is sifted through a mesh to remove large chunks, rocks, debris, or other unwanted materials. The result is a finer soil that is much easier to handle and is often used in residential areas.
What is screened topsoil used for?
Screened topsoil is great for gardens, potting soil, growing a garden, or even laying a lawn. Screened topsoil is usually very soft and can mix well with other fertilizers or soil additives.
Is screened topsoil good for growing grass?
Yes! Screened topsoil is very fine and can be a great base to lay a lawn or grass. It will also be great for irrigating and distributing water throughout it’s area.
Is screened topsoil good for vegetable gardens?
Yes! It has a great nutrient capacity and soil structure, which allows for deep roots in your plants.