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Question: Permaculture guild - plastic acidic with alkaline

 
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If plants that need acidic soil are guilted in close proximity with plants that need alkaline soil, will this create a functional stasis for both plants to grow well? Has anyone tried this? What are the results? What were the plants?
I'm looking at Blueberries (1yr transplant established) with Goji Berries (new from transplant). Soul is sandy, full sun, against a southern facing house side in the northern hemisphere. Temperate climate zone 5a/b. Elevation is 253ft/77m.
 
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