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Updated: Nov 26, 2022

After the rough leveling in our area is finished, we do our irrigation excavations. After the irrigation pipes are placed, we should irrigate the area abundantly for one day. The reason for this is both to ensure the collapse of the soil that has swelled with irrigation excavations and to settle the soil in the area. In the meantime, we can use clean excavation soil as well as sifted soil when rough leveling. Sifted soil is a more costly option. Sifted soil contains vegetable soil and manure. The sieved soil is another matter. It is the most costly option. In addition to manure and soil, it also contains pumice, humus, organic fertilizers, etc. Mixtures consist of roughly 40% vegetable soil, 20% fertilizer, 15% pumice, 15% humus, and 10% other components. Rates may vary. I personally would not recommend sifted mix soil at the rough leveling stage. It incurs an unnecessary cost. It can be used in the thin leveling phase with a thickness of 2-3 cm. Also, I would not recommend excavation soil. Weeds, dirt and garbage, broken soil structure, rocks and stones, excessively clayey and excessively calcareous soils may occur. These do more harm than good.

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