I got half the garden layered in wood chips before I planted. The other half I had already planted and had mostly mulched with hay. I'll get that next portion covered in chips after it cools down some - maybe November, lol. I really hope it does something to improve the soil and improve drainage...but I suspect it'll take several seasons and several more loads of chips before I see real improvement....sigh.
Holy Cow! That sounds delish! I'm gonna have to try that one for sure.
We've been stuck on a sugar free pudding kick lately. Uses up milk and eggs - and I have an abundance of both.
that soon it would be actionable here, probably code violations too.Depends on the soil, home size, and state/local regulations. $30k is on the high side, but my ex-wife sometimes saw numbers near that when she was a realtor.
We had bought a brand new house and the builder did most everything on the cheap. 3 months in, we had leach bed issues, because the lines were trenched in hard pan clay (less than 12 inch wide trenches pipes barely fit and were not properly backfilled). We called around, even using her contacts, the lowest price was $20k to fix the leach field. How it initially passed inspection, i have no clue
Ahhh, thanks for asking!how are you holding up with the Saharan dust cloud? Has it hit you yet? Are you healthy? Maybe our COVID19 mask habits will help you a little???