McGill SoilBuilder rebuilds poor soil by increasing organic matter, replenishing the soil microbes responsible for nutrient uptake and impoving water managment. 100% recycled content, you can feel good about helping the planet
Topsoil consists of screened topsoil, sand, pine bark fines, and 10% turkey compost. Some general uses for topsoil include: soil amendments, soil leveler, and sod & turfgrass seed installation base
Fill Dirt/ Sand
Fill Dirt/Sand is an affordable alternative to topsoil when the intended use is for leveling ground depressions, filling in holes and building up low lying areas. Fill Dirt/Sand has little to no nutritive value. If you are considering its use for planting material, you may have to have it amended with a topsoil or an organic compost.
White Sand is not the same as Fill Dirt/Sand. It is very "clean" with virtually no debris. White Sand is commonly used as an additive to cement, on golf courses as bunker sand, on beach volleyball courts and in sandboxes.
Morter Sand is finer than concrete sand and commonly used in masonry.