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#1 of 2 Old 02-27-2004, 08:24 PM - Thread Starter
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What do I do for my really lumpy garden? Things grow really well but we can't seem to get rid of the hard lumps. Do I mix something in when use the rototiller this spring? Help, I am new at this!



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Gypsum, land plaster.

THis is actually the stuff which is in drywall. Ask garden center how much to apply for local soil. It will not alter your soil pH so just till it in this spring.

Are you adding stuff like leaves and such to your soil? If not, you should be. THis will help to aerate it.
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