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 Is Gypsum Better for a Garden Than Lime?

Answer Gypsum and lime are both useful soil amendments for gardens. However, neither should be used without a soil test to determine whether they're needed at all, as well as which one meets your gardenin... Read More »
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My neighbour whos garden is higher than mine,leaves his garden hose on, and it floods my garden, help me pleas?

have you discussed this with him. he may not know and surely wouldnt like it if it happned to him..
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How much gypsum should be tilled into a garden?

On One Hand: Use Moderate AmountsWhen preparing new gardens, use 20 to 30 lbs. of gypsum (calcium sulfate) per 1,000 square feet. For established gardens, use 4 to 5 lbs. per 100 square feet. Gypsu... Read More »
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Hydrated Lime on Garden Plants?

Any gardener who has ever shopped for a fertilizer or other type of soil amendment knows that there are many types of soil amendments available on the market today. Because of that, it can be confu... Read More »
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How much lime to put on a vegetable garden?

On One Hand: Test FirstAccording to the National Gardening Association, most vegetables prefer a slightly acidic soil with a pH of 6.0 to 6.8. Check the pH of your soil every three to five years. T... Read More »
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