Are clay soils typically acid?

Answer Clay soil (soil with at least 50 percent clay particles) tends to be alkaline (have a high pH level). Different plants require different acidity levels, so you should test the acidity of your soil ... Read More »

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How do our soils show the effects of acid rain?

Acid rain is a type of rain that has higher-than-normal levels of nitric and sulfuric acids, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Other chemicals within acid rain can also be extremely... Read More »

How to Make Clay Slip and Paper Clay to Correct Cracks in a Sculpture?

Paper clay is a form of clay used in pottery to which strips of paper is added. The paper reinforces the clay, making it much stronger once it dries. The paper clay can be used to create a sculptur... Read More »

What Type of Clay Is Used for Incan Clay Pots?

Incan pottery was mainly created out of earthenware. Earthenware is clay that is collected along riverbanks and cleaned up for creating pottery. Incan pottery was designed primarily for use, but du... Read More »

How to Make a Clay Rose from Modeling Clay?

This article would benefit from step-by-step photos. You can help wikiHow by adding photos to this article. Click here for instructions. Notice added on 2012-06-23.Ever wondered how to make a clay ... Read More »