|Date:||April 19th, 2009 02:25 am (UTC)|| |
The yard is 24 x 30, more or less. It would take *far* more dirt of any kind than we are willing to haul through our apartment to bury the glass. Our super said the landlord was planning on paving the yard, but we'd far rather have the dirt, once the glass is out of it.
|Date:||April 19th, 2009 02:43 am (UTC)|| |
If the glass is not just in the top layer: Maybe pitch-fork it all up to loosen the dirt, and then run a rake through it to pull out a lot of the glass? It wouldn't do it all, though.
I can't imagine trying to use a yard that was so glassy. We had one section like that in our first rental in Albany and just gave up after discovering how very MUCH glass can be in a few square feet. The yard we had at our 14th St. rental in Brooklyn was FULL of chunks of concrete. Someone must've demolished something back there at some point, and just left it. We were hauling huge chunks out of it for months when we'd wanted to be planting; never did grow anything there.