allen lumley wrote:Scott Clark :I have run into the exact opposite situation an old shallow sea bed with a shallow layer of A decent clay of an pale honey, and a further
over burden of clay and silt kinda baby shit yellow, I generally have to dig 6~ish Feet down to get to the good clay !
Way below that is hard packed but plantable dirt! I would not be surprised if you find a layer of Clay/Sand that can be used as Cob / Adobe !
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