Building The Soil To Build The Crop

In organic growing, yield are largely dependent on the quality of the soil that nourishes the plants. 
The ideal soil is loose, drains well, and is high in nutritional content needed for growing healthy vegetables.

You can make just about any soil fertile by building it up with proper amendments, but the time and energy required to do so will be dictated by its initial quality.
For this reason, its important to know the kind of soil a potential site has to offer.
Quality of the soil is mostly determined by its type (clay, sand, or loam) and its percentage of organic matter
The organic matter can be managed and improved on while the soil type greatly will greatly influence growing practises and limitations

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