organic or inorganic matters such as peat moss, manure, compost, coarse sand, perlite, vermiculite, aged bark or sawdust.
Add three or four inches of the matter and work it in the top six inches of the soil. Add another inch each year. (Always
be sure of your pH when changing the soil and continue to check it periodically to ensure you have the right pH for the plants you
Clay soil of poor structure is hard to work and hard to grow plants in. It is usually too hard, too wet, or too dry. The best way to combat this problem is by changing the soil structure. You can do this by choosing two