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Dirt

DSCN5087 dirt smallIf you are looking for good growing dirt, you have come to the right place because that is what we specialize in: darn good dirt. It is a dirty job, but someone has to do it.

Dirt normally refers to one of two things: soil or waste material. Ironically, some waste material, like composted leaves, can be used to make dirt better by adding organic material to the dirt so that it holds more moisture and nutrients.

Dirt Guy has dealt with a whole range of dirty situations, from separating plastic bags from leaves to create quality compost to growing grass on a sandy roadside with no irrigation available. Applying our knowledge and effort in both cases, the dirty situations done right yield healthy plantings.

Quality screened dirt for landscaping needs is the product we supply. Being farm-based and construction-related, we have many connections to find the right sources of material for topsoil. Another name for dirt, besides topsoil, can also be loam. Loam has a connotation of being a certain quality of soil.

Waste Material

Often, one's perception of dirt can be based on the situation. Cow manure can certainly be dirty if you step on it, but well-composted cow manure is a great additive to improve topsoil. Another waste item that can make for good topsoil would be road sweepings due to often having a lot of rotted leaves. There are a number of industrial by-products that are high in organic material that can be supplements for topsoil. So, it all depends on the situation and the application.

Need Good Dirt?

Contact the Dirt Guy to select the right dirt for your application. From high-quality screened dirt to grow a great lawn to rocky fill that can level out low spots or washed out areas, we have what you need.  Just call us at 860-303-0500.

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