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Advice on potting mix for trees - how much fungal compost is too much?

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I have an abundance of (free) fungal compost from decayed arborist woodchips.  I also have red clay topsoil.  Any other ingredients (i.e. peat, vermiculite, sand) I have in limited amounts or have to purchase.  Any advice on a tree potting mix that utilizes my free ingredients most effectively?  I am potting up some young figs, mulberry, and aronia berry. Thank you in advance!
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