Texas Soil Types?

Answer Covering well over 200,000 square miles, Texas has a large variety of soils. The Lone Star State's diverse topography--with warm coastal plains and rough mountain ranges--is perfect for planting va... Read More »

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Texas Geography & Soil Types?

Texas geography varies from subtropical grasslands and wetlands on the Gulf Coast Plain to arid deserts at the southern extent of the Basin and Range province of the Rocky Mountains, and then north... Read More »

How much soil is in Texas?

Texas, with 261,797 square miles of land, covers more area than New England. Due to the variations in Texas' land and climate, not all of the land contains soil worthy of agriculture and gardening.... Read More »

What is in Texas red clay soil?

Red clay soil is sticky and thick when wet and rock hard when dry. The color comes from the iron oxides of the breakup of the rocks below it. Red clay soil is found in dry areas, such as Texas, and... Read More »

How to Prepare Texas Soil for Tomatoes?

Tomatoes are a popular plant for growing in the vegetable garden. However, growing great tomatoes is not as easy as some people would like. Tomatoes require growing conditions that are not always i... Read More »