Starting A Garden

Converting Area Containing Rotted Wood Chips Into Vegetable Garden


tonya gaye added on April 30, 2011 | Answered

We are converting an area containing rotted, untreated wood chips into a vegetable garden. The area was previously used as play area and what now remains is soil formed from the breaking down of untreated wood chips. Can I work in more fresh soil and plant as a vegetable garden? Will soil be too acidic still?


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Heather
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Answered on May 2, 2011

Most vegetables actually do pretty well in slightly acidic soil. This area will be fine for a vegetable garden if you work in fresh soil.

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