I have low land that is acidic. The old time nursery people told me to put broken concrete blocks in bottom of the hole for citrus and fruit trees. And then of course the Ag Agent said that was a terrible idea. I have seen/tasted citrus from an island in the St Johns River that has a lot of old shell and it is consistently sweeter than other places. Anyone ever use concrete in hole or oyster shells as an amendment?
I'm in North Florida, any one else in this strange zone?
rose macaskie wrote:
Talking of cement i did not know what it is made of so i looked it up and its made of clay and lime or chalk i don't know if it is lime or chalk. agri rose macaskie.