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Old August 19, 2019   #4
Worth1
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Originally Posted by GoDawgs View Post
Oooh, I don't think so. It's hard as a brick, kind of a sandy clay. And full of big roots from the very old nearby oaks that shade this area. It just looks good with the clippings.
Think again.
I have cedar elm and the roots are like a hair ball.
Plus It is sandy clay loam just as yours.
And only about 6 inches deep then hard pan.
Grown mammoth sized tomato plants and corn too.
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