[Market-farming] Re: Foundation

Mayapple Farm and Gardens mayapplefarm at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 16 22:27:11 EDT 2004


It really depends on soil type, but if you can dig out
your topsoil down to where the subsoil starts, that's
usually pretty good for situations where you don't
need to worry about frost heaving.  If it starts
getting really muddy and the gravel disappears into
the mud (or you anticipate this), try lining your hole
with geotextile material (landscape fabric works for
light duty applications) and then fill it with gravel.


Krystyna L. Prochocki
Kevin L. Strohmeier
May Apple Farm and Gardens
4020 N. Grandview Church Rd.
Big Spring, KY 40175
mayapplefarm at yahoo.com

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