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Make Loamy soil into good condition for Fruit Plants

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Ellen starts with ...
I have loamy soil in my back yard, what must I do to it that would not be so loamy any more, but also would make it have good drainage for the fruit plants that I'll be planting into it ? As I want to plant babaco & paw paw and mangoes, sour sop, sandpaper fig, etc .
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Dekka says...
Compost, compost, COMPOST!!!
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Itdepends says...
Loam implies good drainage- if you are worried about drainage then I'm assuming you have a lot of clay. Compost will help- but gypsum will also help to bind the clay up.
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