For this project, first the area had to be sprayed with glyphosate to kill any existing weeds or vegetation. This systemic herbicide eliminated all the weeds down through their roots to ensure they did not interfere with the new seed.
Once all the rocks and debris were removed, four inches of topsoil was delivered and spread over the area to ensure a thick, healthy growth medium that would be free of pebbles and have an optimal mixture of silt, clay, and sand.
After a soil test was complete, appropriate amounts of fertilizer and lime were mixed into the soil to correct acidiity and provide the correct nutrients for optimal growth.
Finally a Kentucky bluegrass/fescue seed mix was evenly spread over the area.
With proper watering, there was a great end result.