Leveling or top dressing a lawn and make it smooth with SAND | How to Level your yard to mow low

Leveling or top dressing a lawn and make it smooth with SAND | How to Level your yard to mow low

How to level a cool season lawn or top dress a lawn with SAND my grass is a cool season blend of Kentucky Bluegrass and perennial rye grass with some fescue mixed in that is important when getting ready to level the lawn
Leveling the lawn today with the help of Jeremy from the Greener Lawn
Adding the sand and leveling it out will help take out all the bumps and low spots I have that make the reel mower scalp and then cut high as the mower goes through the low areas. You have to be careful as to not put too much out and smother the grass not allowing it to grow back. This video shows the process that I did to level for the first time.
Sunjoe dethatcher/ scarifier:
The greenworks dethatcher:

Step 1: Mow the lawn LOW mowed at 5/8″ with @connorward’s Toro Greensmaster 1000
Step 2: Break out the Greenworks Dethatcher (man that thing BLOWS) and pull out as much thatch as possible
Step 3: Clean up the grass and thatch with the John Deere D110 lawn tractor
Step 4 (didn’t hit the record button apparently): I put down an application 28-0-0 to push growth
Step 5: Put down the sand and start leveling Using the lawn leveling rake, I just used a landscape rake.

Hope this video helps anyone trying to tackle this project! Feel free to comment with any questions and I will answer them as best I can!

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If you are curious as to what equipment I use to film and the gear I use around my lawn here are some links to find them on Amazon
Sunjoe dethatcher/ scarifier:
The greenworks dethatcher:

My camera setup:

Ego trimmer edger combo:

Ego blower:

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