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Adam044

New York

I’ve seen tests done that prove it really works but do you guys think it would harm the plants in any way. I feel like it will help loosen my clay and help it drain. Here is the link to the product I saw the tests done with. https://www.amazon.com/Conditioner-Mechanical-Simple-Lawn-Solutions/dp/B071VWCRBD/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8

4/1/2019 5:27:09 PM

don young

read your shampoo bottle

4/1/2019 6:44:38 PM

Green Toe

Ontario

lol

4/1/2019 7:43:22 PM

G. Kins

Southwest WA

I looked it up... What is it? Is it calcium? It may work better on certain soils and not others. Dont underestimate the possibility of going no till and the value of earthworms and surface mulch. Also thathat $40 would buy a yard of sand.

4/2/2019 12:02:42 AM

G. Kins

Southwest WA

The nice thing about sand is its an amendment that will last 50,000 years or so.

4/2/2019 12:04:30 AM

North Shore Boyz

Mill Bay, British Columbia

Don’t waste your money, it’s basically a surfactant and main ingredient is ammonium laureth sulphate (found in soaps and shampoo).

Granular gypsum will help loosen your soil better than this product.

4/2/2019 1:15:33 AM

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