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What are the best edible plants to plant in Georgia red clay?
I am trying to figure out what vegetables and perhaps fruits are best planted in red clay. I have tried to cultivate the soil and such but there seems to be many problems with plants adapting to the soil and actually producing fruit or vegetables. I have not had any problem with starting the plants off in potting soil. However, when I transfer the plants to the soil they either:
1. remain the same size and produce no fruit or vegetables
If you know any plants or methods please let me know.
Raspberries, blackberries and dewberries do well in that type of soil. I remember my grandmother did well in growing turnips and rhubarb in the clay portion of her garden.
A lot of ricn ripe peaches grow theirm best in the minerai rich soil. It is good soil Care for your soil and the foods wll thrive. Incoporate organic matter - leaves, grass clippings, shredded paper. If peaechs are not you thing, Starawberries are a good Investment. Like asparagus, you are investing in the future of your garden.
Production will be light next your and best the following year. Tending and caring for the soil will be the best garden investment You van make. Incorporate organic matereial, consider cover crops, mulc ewgularly.
by Peeples2 years ago
What are the best edible plants to plant in poor soil with minimal sun?Are there any edible plants who don't mind horrible dirt (not worthy of being called soil) and minimal, 1-2 hours sun per day?
by hewhohn6 years ago
I tired to use any plant and flowers to my ground, My ground is lot of space and I don't know what is the best thing to put there, so that any my friends who visit my house can make appreciate my ground or my garden!
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