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Amending Rocky/Clay soil

 
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Location: Danville, KY (Zone 6b)
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I've got a very rocky layer in my garden (small pebbles, some rocks) for about 2-3 inches, then clay. Zone 6. I'm planting my garden and augmenting the soil manually around all of my larger seedlings (tomatoes, peppers, squash, etc). But I have a bunch of empty space that I figured I would just fill in with anything and everything that I could direct seed that could protect and enhance my soil for future seasons. So what can I plant for this spring/summer that will best help my soil?

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