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How to Find Out Soil Type - Landscaping - About.com
Learn how to find out your soil type the easy way. There are 3 basic different types, and finding out which you have is important for irrigation purposes.
Soil Type in Lawn and Garden Irrigation - Landscaping - About.com
Soil type affects how lawn and garden irrigation is undertaken. Do you have a sandy or clayey soil? There's a difference, and it's important.
Landscape Mulch - How Do You Select the Proper Type?
Landscape mulch properly used will promote plant health and the appearance of your garden. Some types may lower soil pH slightly.
Four Simple Do-It-Yourself Soil Tests - Organic Gardening - About.com
To determine your soil type, take a handful of moist (but not wet) soil from your garden, and give it a firm squeeze. Then, open your hand. One of three things will  ...
Healthy Soil and How to Make It - Organic Gardening - About.com
While clay soil tends to be of higher fertility than other soil types, it is not optimal to garden in because its texture makes it very difficult for plant roots to work their ...
Sand, Silt and Clay Content of Soils - Classification Diagram - Geology
This diagram is used to translate a sediment's proportion of the three different classes of grain size—sand, silt and clay—into a soil description. To the geologist  ...
Improving Soil on a Small Farm - Small Farms - About.com
Learn about the different soil types,how to tell what type of soil you have,and the basics of amending your soil to produce delicious, high-yield crops.
Garden Soil Information - What You Need to Know in a Nutshell
Consult these resources on garden soil information when starting a new garden. My facts cover soil types, pH and amendments.
Improving Garden Soil Acidity Methods
All of these types of plants perform poorly in acidic soil, because soil acidity prevents them from taking up nutrients from the soil. If a soil test has indicated that ...
Understanding and Improving Clay Soil
Even clay soil has some good qualities. Clay, because of its density, retains moisture well. It also tends to be more nutrient-rich than other soil types. The reason ...
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