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Thursday, August 25th 2011, 11:26pm

by grey

ok, thanks.

Thursday, August 25th 2011, 8:59pm

by Mitchgo

shovel it back is as much as possible ( The trenching shovel or sod shovel works very well for this) and then spring rake it all back it.. I mean ' spring' it back in. Compact your trenches every few inches

Thursday, August 25th 2011, 8:05pm

by grey

Not yet! In the next couple of days. I did cut the sod it's just the soil on the grass.

Thursday, August 25th 2011, 7:54pm

by Central Irrigation

Rake it flat and re-seed the trenches. You have a sprinkler system now! Should be easy to get things to grow now!

Thursday, August 25th 2011, 6:14pm

by grey

Lawn clean up tips?

We dug up trenches for a new system and kinda dumped all soil on grass. I guess we could've used some sort of tarp but there was a lot of trenching and we were too busy with trencher. It's sandy so I was thinking maybe just hose off any left overs? Any ideas?