GARDEN SOIL LOSES ENERGY GROWING YOUR GARDEN-NOTE: READ DESCRIPTION

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I don’t care what type gardening you do whether it is raise beds, row gardening, square foot gardening or farming all soils lose energy, minerals, and struct…

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  1. Thank you for all your help. I will have to do the same thing. I live in
    Las Vegas Nevada and I have to do as you suggested. Out here it is a MUST.
    I am very grateful to you for this information. IT IS A GREAT REMINDER TO
    PUT BACK so I can replenish as you say. God Bless you for ALL your Help. M.
    in Las Vegas Nevada

  2. JadaPRT: The topsoil at the river cottage garden was only 1″ deep about 8
    years ago. Without 10-10-10, compost and lime we would not have a garden
    there. It was alot of work to build the soil up to what it is today, but we
    hope to retire to the river and we needed to improve the soil so we could
    have a garden to putter around in when my bride retires. The soil now is
    about 8 to 10″ deep. I hauled a lot of stuff 46 miles to have good soil at
    the river. I wish I could get a tractor to deep plow it

  3. You probably would not be surprised to see what I have seen. People trying
    to grow their gardens in soil that was lifeless. We have good soil in the
    eastern half of Virginia. The topsoil at our home is 16′ deep. It is a good
    sandy loam. The topsoil at the river garden is 1″ deep Since a large part
    of eastern Virginia was under the ocean many years ago (don’t tell
    anybody-where did all that water go) if you work the soil too hard all you
    have left is sand, yet it will still grows stuff.

  4. It is common sense just like a bank savings account. If you keep taking
    from you account without putting anything in you end up with zero.

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