Ski Landscape offers rough fill dirt. This soil contains high percentages of clay particles. This soil is not ideal for planting because of its tendency to absorb water. Clay soil is heavy, sticky and dense, slow to drain, and hardens quickly.
Fill dirt is the soil beneath the top soil. It may contain sand, rocks and stone. Because of its compatibility, this earthy material is used to create mounds or fill in holes in the ground. Fill dirt should contain very little organic matter because when the matter decomposes it will create pockets with in the fill. This could cause a problem with settling if you plan on building on the fill.
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