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Old 09-23-2013, 03:57 PM
Dellinger327 Dellinger327 is offline
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The native soils around in my county are loam and some hydric (spelling?) soils.

According to my local GIS, loam is present on my acreage.

I guess it could be heavily compacted... would a plug aerator be 'better', if this scenario is true, than a spike aerator? I would assume so.

Too much water is certainly true but there's not much I can do to change that in the Pac. NW. It rains from late Sept. to early June. Apart from death and taxes... you can count on heavy rainfall also as a certainty also if you live here.

I'm sure the soil analysis will reveal some interesting tidbits to aid the situation as well. I will report back on these findings when they come in.
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