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The growing medium for plants, primarily consisting of rock fragments, organic material, water, and organisms.

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potash being a major component. Potash is a mixture of various potassium salts, potassium being one of the big three, something you will be testing as to soil content. As long as you spread the ash … around and test for P levels and pH in your soil, you are merely adding a soil amendment. On Alkaline soils or soils with too much potassium due to over generous soil amendment (proper level for crop …
answered Apr 12 '14 by Fiasco Labs
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Blueberries have a rudimentary root system that doesn't have the finer root hairs found on most plants. They grow best in forest duff (lots of acidic, organic matter). The acidic nature of the soil … to very slightly acidic soil tends to be a nitrate rich source of nitrogen, with mostly bacterial activity (the rest of your garden), whereas acidic soil favors more fungal activity and an ammonia …
answered Jul 22 '14 by Fiasco Labs
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Ditch the spade for garden work and get a spading fork. Dampen the soil and use the spading fork to break up the soil between the plants. Spread a layer of quality compost, keep the area just damp …
answered Jun 16 '15 by Fiasco Labs
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Note that I agree with Stormy on this one, Cabbage Maggots likely are what ate the stem. I wasn't being facetious with the comment on your question though, as what is shown has a well defined head …
answered Jun 24 '14 by Fiasco Labs