Originally Posted by easy-lift guy
Considering the fact that this site covers soil conditions from all over the country, your suggestion at best is naive. Go to school and learn what you need to know. Otherwise you may be wondering why your competition has more work than you.
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I wasn't asking a question and I know that understanding soils is NOT complicated... there is more complication in pancake batter in order to make "The Perfect Pancake"...
Soil friability and tilth are both easy to understand as you see and feel
what you soil is doing... schools tend to complicate it with poor pix in bad textbooks... I played in the garden when I was 4 years old instead of a sandbox and quickly recognized the difference... my childhood was involved in building up the garden soil...
In my neighborhood every 4 yr. old understood WHY the garden stayed wet so much longer than the sandbox after a rain... so much confusion about irrigation on this forum and no one knows if their lawn is a sandbox or a well tended garden soil... plz don't tell me I need to go to school and learn what I need to know... It is insulting to any intelligence level to indicate that friability and tilth are too complicated to see and feel
for one's self...