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Gardening 101: How To Make Your Own Potting Soil (Without Peat Moss) 

by Melinda – 1 Green Generation – May 30, 2009
When growing plants in containers, it’s important to use a good potting soil.  It must have good water retention but also drain well, so that the roots can breathe and you don’t end up with root rot.  And it must have a balance of good plant nutrition so that your plants thrive. For full blog entry, go to:

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