Hi all, This season I have worked very hard to learn how to do things the right way. I have been getting soil tests done- it seems like I am the only landscaper doing this. Trugreen and Lawn Doctor don't even get soil tests. When someone has a poor lawn it seems like most peoples solutions is to just deliver more topsoil and seed. This seems like the easy way out, however more expensive. I recently renovated a lawn. I sprayed the whole thing with round up and killed out the crabgrass. I took soil tests and received the results. Two weeks later I rented a toro dingo with cultivator attachment and tilled in all recommended soil ammendments into the top 6 inches of soil, including correct amounts of lime, phosphorous, and potassium. I have yet to see the results, but according to the soil test I have done this correctly. And I assume using much less labor then delivering and spreading enough topsoil for 5000 ft2. What is everyones input on this? Do you think most landscapers just put down topsoil because they dont know any better? Why does no one get soil tests? Or am I approaching this in the wrong direction? Thank you.