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I started years ago planting fruit trees. I love fruit trees - avocado, citrus, peach, cherimoya, plum, cherry, etc. I would go to Lowes or Home Depot and buy bags of soil amendments because my soil is just California dirt. I would dig a hole as large as my back would permit, at least double the size of the root ball. Then I would follow the directions on the amendment bag and mix the amendments with the dirt and plant the tree. I was disappointed with the results. Here's why.

For the best growth, plants need sun, water, and rich soil. Being in San Diego, I had the sun and the water, but not the soil. I searched the internet for soil ideas, but never found anything satisfactory with the properties that I wanted.

Good soil needs the following:

  • Able to absorb and hold moisture
  • Good drainage
  • Nutrients that last for plant growth
  • Good workability
  • Aeration
  • Not burn plants
  • Organic nitrogen, phosphate, & potash

Why the guide is not free:
I put a lot of time and work into developing and testing Rich Black Soil™. Everyone needs to make a living, so I decided to offer my creation at a fair price. There are lots of free writings on the net, but many are untrustworthy. For a small price (2 bags of mulch) you will be able to make 1000 bags + of Rich Black Soil™!

Oranges Grown Using Rich Black Soil

Several years ago I grafted a Cara Cara Orange and a Washington Navel Orange to a dwarf Bearss Lime tree. Here is the result. I gave this tree some rich black soil™ to the root zone without harming the tree. The guide will show you how to do it.


What's Inside The Guide?

For those of you that have little knowledge of soil, the first menu selection is "Basics"

Fast and easy reading!

Soil Basics

Next, you will learn how to mix the normal Rich Black Soil™ that is used for most plants. You will learn:

  • Where to get the ingredients free
  • How to process the materials - it's easy!
  • How to easily setup a staging area
  • Mixing ratios - very easy.
  • How to mix and store
Mixing soil

You will learn how to automatically aerate your Rich Black Soil™ for better water absorbtion and to release the nutrients, so your plants can utilize it.

I'll show you ways to apply your Rich Black Soil™ to your new plantings - it's easy because of the texture.

Your old plantings need Rich Black Soil™ down to the roots. I'll show you how to get it there without killing your plant or tree.

Add soil to new and old plantings

Here is the actual Rich Black Soil™ I show you how to make. It smells good, looks good, and every plant I put in it loves it - and did I mention - It is FREE.

I've made a ton - really - about 2000 lbs of this Rich Black Soil™ and it cost zero. Here is what I've been growing using this soil - click here

Rich Black Soil

There are 2 main types of soils:

  • Alkaline or normal soil for most plants and trees
  • Acid soils for some types of flowers and blueberry plants.

I show you how to make both types:

  • Normal soil can be made for free
  • I'm working on a new acid soil that can be made for free

The last chapter is a Bonus. It includes some great ideas of things I found to save money and do the job. For example:

  • I show you my rain barrel setup
  • I show you my reverse osmosis water collection system for recycling
  • Concrete way to install stepping stones
  • The cheapest plant supports - less than half the price of 1x1 sticks
  • How I use bright solar lights
  • And more!
Bonus Items
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Most homeowners need to modify their soil in one way or another

You can add topsoil, top soil is excellent:

Top soil is rich in nutrients and is screened, so there are no rocks. The problem with top soil is the cost. If you have lots of money and want to buy soil then top soil is the way to go. Just make sure that the top soil is not from a bad area because it could have diseases that kill various citrus trees, such as citrus greening, and it could be infested with bugs, fungus, mold, and/or weed seeds.

Mixing you own soil:

You can mix your own soil to get exactly what you want or to experiment. You can add perlite, compost, guano, steer manuer, chicken maneuer, sawdust, wood chips, etc. Most of the time it will cost you money to make and mix your own soil, but the results might be outstanding. Be sure you use ingredients that are free of disease and weeds.

Testing soil for acidity and moisture:

The two main types of soil are alkaline and acid. In Southern California most of the soil is alkaline due to the water being alkaline. Most plants will grow in alkaline soil, but some plants like blueberries require an acid soil. Acidic soil is more difficult to make since it requres you to stop watering it with alkaline water and to add amendments, like peat moss that will increase acidity. ph is the scale used to measure the ratio of alkaline to acidity.

Garden Soil:

You will want to enrich your soil if you are planting a garden. Most vegetables require soil rich in organic matter or organic soil and one of the best ways to add those organics is by using manure. Even adding composted steer manure as you would buy in the bags at Lowes, you need to let the soil age and the salts leach out of the soil or your plants will nto do well. Chicken manure is even hotter than steer manure and will need to age even longer. One of the big drawbacks of using manure is the stink.

Plant soil:

Planting soil is any soil that you will use to plant your plants in. It could be natural soil or soil that has been created by you or someone else. Generally, plant soil is any soil that you think is best for your peticular type of plant. So, planting soil could be acid, akaline, sandy, loamy, clay, or decomposed granite or it could be "Rich Black Soil™"..

Soil Science:

Science is used by many to determine the best possible mix of ingredients for the perfect soil. Again, you must start with the type of plants you are going to put in the ground. From there, using scientific methods to determine the minerals and chemicals that will best produce a healthy thriving plant is more work, but worth the effort. Commercial growers mix special soils all the time to get the healthiet and best looking plants to attract customers.

Soil bands and layersl:

If you ere concerned with soil formation then soil bands and soil layers would be of interest to you. As home gardeners we normally have no need to concern ourselves with bands and layers.

Facts about soils:

When I talk about soil I am usually referring to planting soil that was either purchased or mixed or just happens to be on your property. Dirt, specifically Southern California dirt is just a mixture of clay, granite and rocks.After you add soil amendments to your dirt you will have a planting soil that will work great for your plants as long as it meets the plant's requirements.

Soil Types:

You can classify soil into 2 main types - alkaline and acid. Akaline soil contains large amounts of calcium chemicals. Most plants are not affected by the calcium. Some plants like blueberries will not grow well in alkaline soil - they like an acid soil. An acid type of soil will show a low ph on the scale. You can add vinegar or sulfuric acid to soil to increase the acidity as well as other chemicals. Getting the soil type correct for your plants will make a big difference for some of them. Other factors that determine soil type are clay, sand, and other various elements that it might contain.