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Planting After Removing Conifers.

June 28th, 2016 · No Comments

If you have removed some conifers and plan to re-plant the area with some shrubs etc its a good idea to dig in some bulky organic matter such as well rotted farm yard manure and add a general garden fertilzer. This is because conifers tend to take a lot out of the ground and once they are removed the soil that is left tends to be quite barron and in need of enrichment.

Its also worth removing the larger roots that have been left behind from the conifers,as they will rot down over a period of two to three years and in doing so use up a lot of the nutrients in the soil.

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