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Old November 6, 2016   #48
Redbaron
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Worth, the sand is very fine mostly. So you can call it sandy loam. There is some hums in it too. The area that I converted was grass and it and the surrounding grass was doing fine. here is a picture
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There are several kinds of grass. One is Bermuda type grass. I took all of its roos out but buried other varieties.
I have been experimenting with using the grasses to build the soil. Seems to be working.
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