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I’m struggling with very alkaline and sandy soil on the Mornington Peninsula. My vege beds have been filled and replensished with plenty of composts, manures and vege blends from the local garden center every 6 months for the last 3-4 years but my soil still sits at around 8-8.5. My seedlings really struggle to get going in it and some die but once they’re established they seem to grow pretty well. I’ve been watering with liquid sulfur I think it is every month but I haven’t noticed much change. Is there any other suggestions for something to try? Maybe a short term and long term plan?
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16th November 2018 10:03am
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