what vegetables grow best in dry sandy soil?

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Answered: If you have very poor soil-in this case too much clay, how can you

Actually, if you are willing to invest the time and labor, you can make heavy clay soil a lot lighter. It does take time. The first year, you won't be able to grow much if anything. You will also need a roto-tiller. First get several cubic yards of mixed sawdust and wood chips. Till them in ...

Answered: How do i prepare soil for tomato plants?

Prepare the garden bed by adding lots of compost (5 to 8 pounds per square .... Fill with soil , fertilizer, etc. Plant tomato and cover soil with plastic

Answered: How do i grow tomatoes at home?

First you need to decide if you want to grow tomato plants from seed or start with seedlings. If you have never grown them before, I suggest you start with a large plant in a pot. You sometimes see these at places like Walmart. The plant will already be flowering. All you will have to do is set ...

Answered: How long should I wait to plant a vegetable garden after treating the

how long to wait to plant after liming???garden is in pa. soil is good ph 6.8.

Answered: What type of water do plants grow best in?

It has been said that if you can get distilled water it works well.

Answered: How big do strawberry plants grow?

Hi, ------ Normally they are few inches high but some may grow to about 10 inches.... I believe it's a matter of "local climat". ----- Best regards,
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How does limestone help plants grow?

limestone is name of calcium carbonate (CaCO3). it reacts with oxygen then it provide CO2 to the plants...

Can you grow a fall garden in the South Eastern United States and if so

Some vegetables grow better in the fall in this part of the county. Here in Florida, we plant beefsteak tomatoes in the fall because they will not set fruit during our hot summers. Also, kale and other pot greens taste better when grown in cool weather. http://botanical-journeys-plant-guides.com ...

What is the difference in organic soil and regular soil

Hi, Organic soil is clean of any chemicals or pestisizers (pure natural uncontaminated soil) while regular soil is unfortunately contaminated and often contain chemicals pestisizers etc..... Best regards,

Is 3-4 inches of organic soil enough to grow herbs in?

Yes. Preferably 10" but 3-4" in a good (rich) soil ( + compost) should be enough.