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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5] I needed more garden space because I wanted to grow more corn this year. I also didn’t want to keep planting my corn in the same spot. I removed approximately 6 yards of sand and gravel in order to dig a new garden plot. The native soil “dirt” is in very poor condition. Take a look at how I’m putting some life into the dirt so that it can become “soil.” Youtube Channel: Website: Send me a private message: Video Rating: / 5


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  • Владимир Путин 3 years ago

    I've found great handbook on woodprix website. Good solutions for everyone I think

  • Terry M 3 years ago

    A dedicated man! He made me smile. Wonder if he'll come to Ohio and convert my new fill dirt around my new 304 limestone patio?

  • Jenny John 3 years ago

    nice choice of music mma fan?

  • Bhut Jolokia 3 years ago

    nice clarification at the end.

  • papa al 3 years ago

    What a miracle.! So insightful. Are you Buddhist?

  • kitsurubami 3 years ago

    we have the same wheelbarrow

  • Angel Kong 3 years ago

    Hi my house back yards is also hard to plant green vegets cos mainly sandy & clay…so i tried to mixed few pks of black soil…is it o.k t.q

  • Flower Girl 3 years ago

    This is a great start for your garden. I think if you amend the soil every year for many years with compost, aged manure and mulch you will have perfect soil to grow anything. Good video.

  • Lens Perspective 3 years ago

    Thank you, sir, needed some tips because wanted to plant more Cannabis plants on a shitty part of land I had

  • Olivia Butcher 3 years ago

    THANKS!!!!!!!! This is just what I am looking for

  • DEVI SHEETAL 3 years ago

    I don't have a garden i live in a Apartment the singapore apartment i have two pots with bad soil like that here is my tips DONT pore wear it will be worse instead poke holes in it and put a little water really little if you have seeds in it it's ok just poke and put a bit water in it it really worked you can even add soil activater It worked for me my seeds were stuck in bad soil i did this method and they grow

  • Laticia Cull 3 years ago

    I am pretty sure you can find good solution on woodprix page 🙂

  • FuddyDuddy99 3 years ago

    I did the same thing with my mother's garden (amendments) compost, desiccated cow manure and a mulch and it brought some really good veggies on what use to be a clay bed. I watered at the root and ended up with some really good tomatoes, cabbage, broccoli and corn. Your tips do work !

  • you seem like a really col dude. thanks for the video.

  • Isaac Thurlow 3 years ago

    after that could you put fertilizer?

  • Victor L. Fazio III 3 years ago

    Good video. At the end you sum it up nice. It takes time. Water. Worms. Wood chips.

  • Sunflower Sunshine 3 years ago

    you need a lot more than one yard. you've given roots a whole six inches of mediocre soil. keep going…

  • remedyfarm 3 years ago

    Make friends with the owner of a stable:) They might be happy to let you clean out their horse shelters and take that shit home lol.

  • Nelson Flores 3 years ago

    You need  wood chips on top maybe 6 inches  thick.

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