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Old June 10, 2020   #4
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The cons would be that it's expensive. Pros is that it will add organic matter and good water retention. It will basically be reduced to compost/humus in about 2 years in the soil, so the aeration part is not long term, but will contribute to structure just like compost.
So overall I'd just go with compost for raised beds. Unless it's blueberries or something that really need that acidity.
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