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Any thoughts on leguminous trees to help fruit orchards. I was looking for a LT that woulf be a good fit for breaking up hard clay soil.
 
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Im trying some Autumnberry and redbud. Too soon to know if theyll work.

 
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What are you planting near these trees?
 
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