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Visit for more hobby farm activities. Subscribe: In this class we learned the basics about soil and what a master gardener needs to know about soil. Related PostsMaster Gardener Course: Eight Basic Rules of BotanyAdvanced Master GardenerHow to Become a Tarrant County Master GardenerMaster Gardener – Basic BotanyGardening Tips & Tricks : Becoming a Master GardenerTexas Master Gardener Program 2004

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  • John Liberty 2 years ago

    I like this video, soil is so important and often overlooked.?

  • Sue Woods 2 years ago

    Did you get that whole book in that course? Sweet, that's huge.?

  • Rdrake1413 2 years ago

    Soil samples are very important, along with knowing the PH of your soil. Different plants require different PH levels. For most plants a neutral PH is best. Having a soil sample lets you know what nutrients are in your soil. Just throwing out fertilizer doesn't help unless you know what is already in the soil. Certain plants require certain nutrients so you have to know

  • zeffur7 2 years ago

    So yeah… neglecting to share how to apply fertilizers (be they organic or inorganic) is a major omission in what you learned & shared.

  • Daniel Boulton 2 years ago

    Thanks for sharing, soil one of the most under rated and over abused parts of our planet.?

  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago
  • Ben Jamin 2 years ago

    It's all about getting the carbon in the soil! Thanks for the update Jarod.?

  • Jamie Byrd (NaBa740) 2 years ago

    Side I spent about 50 euro and about 3 hours planting my seeds and when I got up today the greenhouse had got blown over by the wind and to make it even worse it fell into the flower bed?

  • Bryan Wickizer 2 years ago

    Very informative video Jared. Thanks for doing this. I too have been interested in the master gardener program so its nice to get a general idea of what

  • Ed Smith 2 years ago

    Another Great review of your class. I send my soil samples to the soil lab at the University of

  • Lee Ralph (Pathway to Self Reliance) 2 years ago
  • Sheila6325 2 years ago

    Very interesting! and yep, it did make me think when you mentioned the no nitrogen results

  • HChrisH200 - Haphazard Homestead 2 years ago

    So your video prompted me to use the Natural Resources Conservation Service soil survey webtool at:

  • Andrews NewsStand 2 years ago

    Cool, one of those tricks of the trade.?