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Park Construction   Site Preparation

To achieve quality planting and grassing, it is necessary to properly prepare the site. The process involves different activities, depending on the terrain. Generally, preparation begins with clearing the site from construction-building wastes. Highly polluted sites end up with taking a surface layer of 20-25 cm off. Next step is backfilling with fertile soil, which we deliver from certified sources, particular importance being attributed to nutrition, purity and mechanical structure of such soils. To ensure soil qualities, prior to planting, it is treated with herbicide preparations to ward off weed germination and growth. Afterwards the soil is milled to remove large particles. This activity optimizes the soil structure, increases its humidity absorption and water permeability. All these activities are particularly important since good preparation guarantees proper evolvement of plants. Do not underestimate soil qualities! Not all types of soils are appropriate for your garden or park!To achieve a beautiful blanket of grass, perfect leveling and compacting is necessary. The humus stratum shall be of at least 25 cm thickness to enjoy lush green grass for years to come. Soil should not be either too clayey or sandy. If the soil is of dark color and large lumps difficult to brake, add pan off river sand in proportion 1:3. This would improve the soil structure and prevent retention of too much humidity. When planting trees or shrubs, specific requirements shall also be observed. Depth and size of planting pits shall be larger by 1/3 than the size of the root ball.

In case the soil layers turn out to be too dry, a sufficient quantity of water has to be added beforehand. The soils we use for planting are additionally enriched with nutrition substances of organic and non-organic origin to sustain nutrition qualities for a longer period of time and provide the best conditions for plants to accustom to their new environment. In this respect, it is essential to know the requirements of respective species. According to their needs regarding soil acidity (pH) we add peat to increase it. All these activities aim at creating propitious conditions for the development of plant species in your park or garden for a long and ongoing period of time.

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