Tim Kivi wrote:Luckily then that I dug out a lot of the heavy clay soil beforehand, and what's left is fluffed up already and a bit below ground level. When I initially dug up the soil the volume more than tripled, it had been so compacted!
Nick Kitchener wrote:So when you have too much soil, then it's probably time to transition to a perennial food system and find somewhere else to grow tomatoes. Same deal with shade. ... I'm wondering if it's nature's way of saying to him that his backyard is ready to be a forest.
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