- Clay soil- Clay soils tend to have poor drainage. The tiny particles in the soil bind together when wet and prevent water from draining properly. Plants in clay soil tend to get to much water and not enough air. To fix this problem we recommend using Black Forest as an ammendment to break up the soil
- Sandy soil- Sandy soil consist of larger particles that let water drain quickly, this makes it harder for plants to absorb water properly. Plants in sandy soil tend to dry out ouickly and not recive proper nutrients. To fix this problem we recommend using Bumper Crop as an ammendment to add nutrients and organic matter into the soil, this will also help in retaining moisture.
- Loamy soil- Loamy soil is an ideal combination of large and small particles with an adiquate amount of organic matter. This soil will hold moisture long enough for plants to absorb water while letting the excess drain away. We still recomend ammending the soil to replenish nutrients. Ammendments will vary with the needs of plant material.