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Old January 27, 2022   #1
OldHondaNut
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Default Traditional garden w Clay

I had many gardens of good size, (40x50 or 2000 sq.ft), where I just turned clay soils w a roto tiller. I did add in on bale of peat moss and a bag of gypsum. Tilling made it a "raised bed". The veggies for fertilized w 3-1-2 fertilizer that was also used for the yard grass next to it.


It's not much different than what was described in the WWI and WWII Victory Gardens.



Wonderful results.


I may do a test of this again this year.
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