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Two good effects and one bad. The wood ash will leave a little potassium (K) , and probably some charcoal which can improve soil. It may "bake" and harden the soil but this will break-up easily , and it will reduce organics in the soil but the charcoal could offset this factor.


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After removing the top layer, you try one of these nut gatherers (note: this is a commercial site). Since it can pick up black walnuts in their husks, it could certainly take care of your river rock. You would, however, have to spend a lot time going over and over your site with the tool, so it may not be time well spent. It could save your back and knees, ...


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Just scrape off the layer of stones before you dig with a rake or a shovel and put them in something to either use elsewhere or dispose of. When you want to dig an area that's not been cultivated for a while, there's usually debris sitting on the top, even if there's no layer of stones, so its usual to scrape that off prior to digging. There's no easy way to ...


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