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How does one move a lawn?


To move a lawn, you will need to follow these steps:

  1. Prepare the new location: Before moving the lawn, prepare the new location by clearing away any debris or weeds, and making sure that the soil is fertile and well-draining.
  2. Mark the boundaries: Use stakes and string or spray paint to mark the boundaries of the lawn you will be moving. This will help you to identify the area that needs to be transplanted.
  3. Dig up the grass: Use a shovel or sod cutter to remove the grass and soil from the area you marked. Try to remove as much soil as possible, as this will help the grass to take root in its new location.
  4. Transport the grass: Once you have removed the grass, use a wheelbarrow or other suitable tool to transport it to the new location.
  5. Replant the grass: Place the grass in the prepared area, and gently press it down to help it take root. Water the grass well to help it get established in its new location.
  6. Take care of the grass: After transplanting the grass, be sure to water it regularly and fertilize it as needed to help it grow and thrive in its new location. It may also be helpful to apply a layer of mulch to help retain moisture and suppress weeds.