Pine Trees

3 Pines Trees Were Ripped Out of Ground by the Roots This Winter..

Anonymous added on March 29, 2018 | Answered

what kind of dirt/loom should I fill the huge holes with, that later if I decide to plant more trees will be good to plant in? thank you

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Answered on March 30, 2018

Are you planning on planting more pine trees? As a rule, pine trees like rich, well draining soil that's a little bit acidic. You can achieve this by mixing regular garden soil with compost (for nutrients and good drainage). There are a few ways to lower the pH of soil, but first conduct a soil test to see if you even need to. Pine needles are very acidic, so incorporating some into the soil should help with both drainage and pH.

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