The DifferenceIs In the Quality

Examine the topsoil

1. Examine the topsoil

Look carefully at the topsoil before you buy it, since it may be difficult to return it once you have purchased it. If you're buying topsoil in bulk, inspect the soil before the truck drops it off.

Darker is better

2. Darker is better

A dark brown or black hue is a mark of quality topsoil with a high percentage of organic matter. A grayish or light brown topsoil typically does not contain as many nutrients as darker topsoil.

Smell the topsoil

3. Smell the topsoil

Good topsoil should have a sweet odor.

Examine the texture

4. Examine the texture

Walk around in the soil you're considering. The soil should not cling to your shoes in chunks. Next, press the topsoil into a ball with your hands; good topsoil should crumble apart when you open your hand.

Consistency

5. Consistency

Ensure that there are no weeds or large stones in the topsoil.

Ask a professional

6. Ask a professional

This is a good idea if you want to buy a large amount of topsoil. A professional will examine its texture and will measure the amount of nutrients and organic matter the topsoil contains, as well as its pH level.

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