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 If 6" of mels mix is going on 6" of existing soil consisting of 1/3 compost (50%loam), 1/3 peat, and 1/3 pumice will this be ok or create problems?  Toplef10 If 6" of mels mix is going on 6" of existing soil consisting of 1/3 compost (50%loam), 1/3 peat, and 1/3 pumice will this be ok or create problems?  1zd3ho10

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 If 6" of mels mix is going on 6" of existing soil consisting of 1/3 compost (50%loam), 1/3 peat, and 1/3 pumice will this be ok or create problems?  I22gcj10 If 6" of mels mix is going on 6" of existing soil consisting of 1/3 compost (50%loam), 1/3 peat, and 1/3 pumice will this be ok or create problems?  14dhcg10

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 If 6" of mels mix is going on 6" of existing soil consisting of 1/3 compost (50%loam), 1/3 peat, and 1/3 pumice will this be ok or create problems?  Toplef10 If 6" of mels mix is going on 6" of existing soil consisting of 1/3 compost (50%loam), 1/3 peat, and 1/3 pumice will this be ok or create problems?  1zd3ho10

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 If 6" of mels mix is going on 6" of existing soil consisting of 1/3 compost (50%loam), 1/3 peat, and 1/3 pumice will this be ok or create problems?  I22gcj10 If 6" of mels mix is going on 6" of existing soil consisting of 1/3 compost (50%loam), 1/3 peat, and 1/3 pumice will this be ok or create problems?  14dhcg10

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Post  jevans 4/15/2012, 12:00 am

So grateful for advice. Thanks
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Post  AvaDGardner 4/15/2012, 12:15 am

You'll do great. It will be fine.

Even if 6" of MM was on hard pack clay, you'd do great.
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