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Top Soil Tonne Bag Screened & Unscreened

65.0075.00

Our Unscreened Top Soil comes in a Tonne Bag.

  • Unscreened topsoil is best used to fill in low areas or levelling.

We also have Screened Topsoil Tonne Bags

  • If you want to grow plants, flowers or improve your lawn area, then screened topsoil is definitely the way to go.
  • It will be appropriately divided into small pieces and comes loose in our bulk bags, in order to provide optimum drainage while also allowing nutrients to help your plants flourish.
  • It can also be a good fit for wall support, raised bed filler, creating a base for gardens, installing fixtures or other construction or maintenance projects.

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Description

What can unscreened topsoil be used for?

Filling Holes

When filling holes in your yard, there is no need for characteristics such as supporting plant growth and supplying nutrients. Therefore, homeowners can save a considerable amount of money by choosing unscreened topsoil to fill holes. The larger rocks that are sometimes found in unscreened topsoil should not be a concern as you will not be working over the soil with a rake or gardening tools.

Leveling

Unscreened topsoil is a good choice for leveling spaces in your yard. There is no need to pay a premium for screened topsoil when you will not be planting anything in it. Unscreened topsoil is a far more affordable option when you need to level out areas of your yard that are unsightly or pose a tripping hazard.

Subsoil Bases

If you are filling a larger or deeper area for gardening, you can save some money by using unscreened topsoil as a subsoil base. Simply spread it across the area in question and then top it with a higher-quality screened topsoil layer to plant your garden. It is particularly good as a subsoil base for root vegetables as it allows the roots to get a good grip and dig in.

You can also use it for planting a new lawn, applying a layer of unscreened topsoil to the area for leveling and filling and then topping it with a layer of screened topsoil in which you will plant your grass seed.

Home Screening

Some people purchase unscreened topsoil to save money and then screen it at home so it will be suitable for gardening. Although this is not practical if you are using a high volume of soil, it is a reasonable task if you have a small garden or a few small gardening beds to fill.

To screen topsoil, you will need a mesh screening dish in your desired size. Place some topsoil into the dish – the precise amount will depend on the size of your dish, so follow the instructions on the product – and shake it over a wheelbarrow or another vessel to collect the screened soil until all of the soil has sieved through the mesh.

When you are finished, you will find debris and rocks in the dish, which you can discard or find another use for in your garden. If you need very fine topsoil, you can screen it again using a smaller mesh screening dish.

What can Screened TopSoil be used for?

Usually, after rotavating, your soil can become full of weeds and stones.

Screened soil will freshen up the ground allowing new plants and turf to flourish.

New screened soil will contain all of the necessary nutrients required for new plants and turf to grow and take root quickly.

If you want to grow plants, flowers or improve your lawn area, then screened topsoil is definitely the way to go.

It will be appropriately divided into small pieces and comes loose in our bulk bags, in order to provide optimum drainage while also allowing nutrients to help your plants flourish.

Delivery

  • Delivery to Wexford, Wicklow & Dublin.
  • Free Delivery to Wexford.
  • Delivery to Wicklow & Dublin minimum order charge charge applies here.

Additional information

Weight 200 kg
TopSoil

Screened Tonne Bag, Unscreened Tonne Bag

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