I’m going to be trying this, after a couple of years of playing around with small quantities of rock mulch. Tomorrow, I’m picking up a fair amount of crushed granite – will let you know how it works out.
This video provides an excellent overview of why it works.
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I’d love to get a load of rock dust. I understand it’s so good for the soil. On another note…
Would you want to take part in some ‘tree following?” This is the first year I’m participating. Lucy of http://looseandleafy.blogspot.co.uk/p/what-is-tree-following-and-list-of-tree.html noted that most of the participants were from the UK and North America. Since you are one of a few ‘down-under’ bloggers that I follow, I thought it would be sort of neat to see what is blooming from your part of the world.
Hi sorry about writing back late. I’ve sent them an email and yes would like to get involved. Thank you for letting me know!
YO, GO FOR IT. I JUST PUT A LOAD OF SAND STONE AROUND MY TRACTOR
Oh nice one Dennis. I really hope this granite makes a difference to the quality of the soil. What’s the sand stone like for improving soil quality?