There used to be an above ground pool in my back yard. Since it has
been removed the area where the pool used to be does not absorb water
very well. As a matter of fact it almost looks like I converted my
above ground pool to an in ground pool. What do I have to do to that
area in order to make it absorb water better and create an 'I never had
a pool there' look.
You say "used to be there". Was it actually removed or only filled in
with maybe the curbing removed to get it below ground level? If it was
just filled in you probably can't do anything with it as the water has
nowhere to go.
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"Above ground pool" is one of those terms that you have to
think there should be another term. After all, if it were above
the ground, the ground wouldn't be affected.
But anyway, one of the people that had a similar situation waited
till they heard the sound of chainsaws on a Saturday morning,
went to the place that was having a tree removed. Told the cutters
that they had a place for the truckload of 'tree mulch'.
The stuff got dumped there, they spread it out over the pool
'footprint', let it sit that way for a year. By that time they had a
considerable earthworm population. They applied a bit of nitrogen,
let the area alone for a couple more years, and a lot of the tree
material was breaking down(it had been a maple tree).
They've put very little effort into it, and the conditions are correcting
themselves with some help from the weather, earthworms, etc.
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