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Old February 20, 2017   #15
Jimbotomateo
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Originally Posted by Cole_Robbie View Post
If you go slow with the tiller, the worms will have time to move. I have watched them pop out of the ground and slide away.
I'll see if Antonio will till slow. I plan on shoveling three foot wide rows fo r my maters to begin with and saving as many worms as I can. My wooden raised beds should add another twelve inches for a total of 20 inches or so. Wonder how much vermiculite or perlite I need to keep the ground from getting rock hard again. This yard hasn't been tilled in 20 years or more and it's always been grass. Last year we let it go dead but the rains revived it.
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