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Re: RE: Holli's Pond - new TN invasives


In a message dated 09/08/2004 6:14:43 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
gardenqueen@academicplanet.com writes:
Is it the clay you reckon?  Do you recall what kind of soil your grandmother 
had?
Soil in that part of the state is almost pure sand.  There is some red clay a 
bit 
farther north, but not in that area.  It must have been pretty limy since the 
whole area is riddled with "lime sinks" which are large holes that drop right
into the aquifer.  It's been more than half a century since I was there, but I
remember the sandy soil.

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