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Monday, February 06, 2012


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Red clay usually produces pretty good okra!

Cathy Hudspeth

I agree - new construction is a really good sign these days. Since all we have here in Florida is sand, good red clay dirt is beautiful. But like you said, I don't have to deal with its properties.

Abraham Lincoln

I am not fond of that red clay either. I had a friend who used a pick axe to work in his flower beds. He put loads of other soil and animal dung in there but it never made the flower beds any easier to work in.

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