unlike the sand, clay or silt of dirt, organic matter is water soluble. Ingrid
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We replace the organic matter twice a year. We till in home made compost
with some woodash from the woodstove in early spring. We do it again in
fall. In spring we also till in composted cow manure, blood and bone meal
and Ironite from the store along with the compost we make ourselves. We use
almost no commercial fertilizer. We mulch everything with a less advanced,
In ground growing is almost always better if the soil is good. You
will use less fertilizer and water. Growing in ground can expose your
plants to soil borne pathogens and pests, but in most cases these can
be controlled in a garden setting.
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