The Motley Fool Discussion Boards

Previous Page

Politics & Current Events / Retire Early Liberal Edition


Subject:  Re: Oldest Fridge Contest Date:  11/8/2011  6:54 PM
Author:  PolymerMom Number:  37966 of 116910

Crockett was the best! We still have at least one of his books.

The peat moss does work, even if acidic. We have clay soil in the Midwest. Our garden was at the foot of a small hill and would always be saturated when it was time to till. So we'd till in 3 large bales of peat moss to help it dry out each year. Sure it was acidic, but limestone is cheap and easy to till in with the peat moss. When we sold the house, after 30 years of this treatment, the garden soil was amazingly friable.

Copyright 1996-2018 trademark and the "Fool" logo is a trademark of The Motley Fool, Inc. Contact Us