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Old August 13, 2018   #23
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Join Date: Jan 2018
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Originally Posted by pinklady5 View Post
I wish I had some clay right now! I finally moved down to Monmouth County from Union County and the soil here is laden with sand. Planted my first garden this spring and it was a bust. It was last minute, I admit. I added compost, fertilizers, worm castings and the soil obviously still lacked in nutrients, I ended up with weak plants and a small yield of bland tomatoes. Visited my old neighbor who also grows tomatoes and hers were green and lush with tons of fruit and they didn’t even do much to the soil. A lot of soil building in my future. I’m considering asking my family if I can dig up some soil from their yard!

Ive been tossing the stuff away quite a few hundred buckets so far some went to my brthers first house and quite a bit to his second home.


  • Over 100 buckets when building the Koi Pond




  • About 80 buckets from this pond.




And quite a few from the back hill, front yard and other places, I am so tired of digging lol.
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