We have an issue with the grass levels on ONE(1) side of our driveway. As you will be able to see in the picture..!!
I want to be able to raise the level back up to normal height so that we can mow that part of the lawn properly.
I was thinking of doing the following:
1. Using a pitchfork aerate the ground in that area.
2. Then lay down a layer of fine Synthetic Turf Infill Sand to bring the level back up gradually...
3. Let the grass grow through that layer, then lay down another layer of sand...
4. And so on and so on... Until the level is back to normal...
Please take a look at the images and let me know what you think would be a good idea to get this done..??
Looking forward to hearing from you all...
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What you've mentioned with the sand will work. You can also use Scotts Lawn Builder 25L Organic Lawn Soil Topdress & Underlay, which might be slightly faster as it has organic matter, encouraging growth.
Since this is such a small area, you could have this done in a day by cutting out that portion of grass next to the driveway and adding the sand/soil under it. Cut a line down into the soil 30cm back and parallel with the driveway using a sharp shovel. Get under the grass and cut towards the drive. Cutting at a depth of 5-10cm will ensure you capture all the roots. Remove this section of grass. Add your fill along the driveway and replace the grass. Water in well and walk over the area to bed it in.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Once again you come to my rescue..!!! I will give your suggestion a go and get back to you...
Just one more question in relation to WHEN to do the patching... Would it make a difference doing in winter months as compared to Spring/Summer..???
I'd suggest waiting until it warms up a little Julius (@Jolly181). You'll see much faster results once the grass isn't so dormant.
That's what I was thinking and hoping you would say..!!!!
I Will get back to you with progress reports as they happen