Many years ago I cut an article from a local newspaper in Gwinnett County, GA giving instructions on how to prepare a hole to plant tomatoes to produce really outstanding tomatoes. I tried it once and had really great results but wasn't really into gardening at that stage in my life.
You may guess by now what my next statement is. YES, I lost that article.
I will give what info I remember and hopefully someone has heard of that procedure.
As I remember, the hole was dug two feet by two feet by eigheen inches deep. The dirt was layered back in alternating with fertilizer, lime(I think), nemagon((spelling?)to kill the nematodes, of course and not sure what if anything else.(maybe some compost, or peat moss, not sure.)
The finished hole was mounded and allowed to sit for two weeks before planting.
Please reply if you have knowledge of this procedure.
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