Feet of Clay
by Russell Matthews
2 - Amending the Soil
Return all of the soil previously set aside and level it with a hard rake.
The materials and mixing instructions
will help you build the best beds and berms possible.
It is the most cost effective method I know of. It will raise azelea beds and berms
approximately 12" and others 9".
To achieve optimal results, you will need to till or blend thoroughly your amendments
Each mix or tilling should be from 6 to 10" deep, using a tiller or appropriate hand
Small tillers, such as Mantis do the best job of mixing and belnding the native soil
and amendment materials.
Three seperate blends results in a superior, transitional soil that allows transplants
to more rapidly adapt.
Follow the easy mixing instructions for creating the very best mechanical, quickest
maturing, best transitional soil that I know how to help you prepare.