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Re: Heavy, compact fine sandy loam.

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Adirondack case guy

12-10-2012 16:00:33

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Gary is right, on nutrient lockup. You need to add a lot of lime to unlock the Nitrogen and other nutrients also if you introduce wood chips and leaves. If you could find some good old Cow/Horse Sh!!, also, you will be on a quicker path to a great garden and a lot of WEEDING, LOL The pond may turn green also. There is a "dance "between crop productivity and the enviroment.
Loren, the Acg.

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pete black

12-10-2012 16:07:27

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 Re: Heavy, compact fine sandy loam. in reply to Adirondack case guy, 12-10-2012 16:00:33  
my pond gets a lot of runoff from a horse pasture and turns green. is there an effective way to control the green?

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43 m

12-10-2012 16:42:28

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 Re: Heavy, compact fine sandy loam. in reply to pete black, 12-10-2012 16:07:27  
Barley straw for the pond. It keeps the scum down.

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old Harv

12-10-2012 16:19:35

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 Re: Heavy, compact fine sandy loam. in reply to pete black, 12-10-2012 16:07:27  
I have read of guys putting a bale of straw in dugouts in Saskatchewan to control algae, it might help. Don't have any experience with it myself.

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