Posted on March 9, 2018 by Sarah the Gardener
I’ve been pleasantly surprised. The sandy soil isn’t actually all that bad. I always thought of it as a soulless substrate that contained very little goodness that needed amending within an inch of its life! I believed those who had…
Tags: Early Autumn, GARDENING, good soil, Growing Vegetables, March, New Zealand, Phosphorus deficiency, sandy soil, Sarah O'Neil, Sarah the Gardener, Soil testing, sulphur deficiency, too much nitrogen
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