We all want great soil for our vegetables and flowers. The more nutrients the better the crop, right? The problem comes when you think you’ve got some great dirt there in front of you, looking rich and ready for planting, but then you discover it is not as fertile as at first determined.
What results is a low yield of sickly veggies and droopy flowers. Not a good thing. Especially when you are a prepper and hoping to do a lot of good canning for winter.
However, there is a way to make certain your soil is as good as you want. You just need to make certain you have the right components put together in a certain way; clay, silt, sand – etc. It can sound complicated but it really is not.
After the break go over to the next page and we will show you the correct components, the right way to layer them, and you will have the best soil ever to grow your carrots, tomatoes, and lettuce!
Oh, and your flowers too! LOL!