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My backyard is mostly in a downslope and the soil is black clay and lime. I have been gardening for the last 5 yrs. but I noticed fruit trees do not do well. Anybody here who gardens in a downslope and the water does not drain down to the root of my plants. HELP!! any suggestions?
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Here's an august video tour of my kitchen garden: http://baystatekitchengarden.blogspot.com/2012/08/august-video-tour-of-k...
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Just joined this site.The news feeds are what caught my attention I love nature in its organic form and I believe there will be many articles and blogs that will be educational and it will give me the opportunity to discover more.

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