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Improving your soil both increases the yield of your garden and makes your garden easier to tend. With Improving Your Soil, you’ll learn the best way to improve the soil in your garden, including how to:
*Determine whether your garden soil is sandy, clay, or loam
*Identify the right time to work your soil
*Take a soil sample
*Improve difficult soils, such as soggy, sandy, compacted, or shallow soils
*Use soil amendments*And more!
Very easy to read, but doesn't give a lot of usable information how to correct poor soil. Mostly talks about the different kinds of soil and the good or bad qualities.Published 13 months ago by Patricia A. Monigold
This book is very helpful in adding to my knowledge in organic gardening, it will help you to live a helthier life by growing better food in a richer soil.Published 15 months ago by MARV
An interesting and informative bulletin for gardeners and homeowners dealing with the soil in their lawn and garden. He discusses t he types of soils, and what composed the soils. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Hill Country Bob
Dirt. Read all about it in this classic little book.
from dust you are, and from dust you shall return.
The main benefit of the booklet is that I can put it with my other Storey reference books and find it easily, but it doesn't give any new info.Published 19 months ago by schericane
It gives you very good overview of what the ingredients are for good soil, and how to correct a few of the most common soil problems. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Brad