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Improving Your Soil - BF1080

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Down and Dirty Book on Soil and How to Make Improvements

By Stu Campbell

Improving your soil both increases the yield of your garden and makes your garden easier to tend. With Improving Your Soil, you'll learn about soil and how it is formed and the best way to make improvements.

  • Determine whether your garden soil is sandy, clay, or loam
  • Identify the right time to work your soil and how to take a soil sample
  • Improve difficult soils such as soggy, sandy, compacted, or shallow soils
  • Use of soil amendments, and much, much more!

Softcover. 32 pages. Storey Publishing, LLC 1980.

  • Item Model Number: BF1080
  • Shipping Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.5 pounds

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