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Re: Getting Ready

> I have just dug an area that will become a raised bed, raised above the
> clay type soil here, and will be getting ready for iris, among other
> plants.
Hi Steve,
Something to think about. A problem I have seen,here in Omaha,with
raised beds.If they just built the beds on top of the ground and did
not till in sand and humus in the clay layer below, water would not
drain well when it hit the clay. So they still had problems!
Leslie in Omaha

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