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Check it out:
What do you do when you start with shockingly terrible soil?
She rehabilitates a Mars-like farm with killed soil"
https://vimeo.com/241956158

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Awesome!!!  Thanks for sharing.  I'm looking forward to see what she has done at her place.  I'm trying to get it to play now on my slow internet, I may have to wait a few days until I can get to a better connection.   I've learned quite a bit from her videos, and I will be implementing lots of compost tea into my dirt patch to grow a forest.  Now I'm getting excited to plant trees. :-) LOL
 
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Sadly I can not get this link to open.
Fortunately I know a lot of what Elaine does and how, since I am doing many of the same things on Buzzard's Roost.
 
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