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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 8815 Amend

Instructions and Help about Can Form 8815 Amend

Welcome to Hort tube where we talk all things gardening my name is Jim Putnam and today we're going to talk about planting and clay soils today I won't just be talking about clay based soils but any type of soil that doesn't drain very well between rains or stays wet between rains and how to amend those when we're planting woody shrubs and you know flowering shrubs and trees and any sort of gardening we're doing to improve those soils and allow them to drain better so let's go over the tools we might use in clay based soils first of all I buy all fiberglass tools I started my landscape company 20 years ago in 1996 and some of the tools I purchased at that time that were fiberglass handle tools I still have them today this rake included it's been out of shape but this garden rake and I have been together quite a bit over the years this is definitely a tool you're going to want to have as a garden rake and the main use for this when we're planting is actually going to be to pull existing mulch and pine straw out of the way we're going to use this to clear an area around where we're going to be planting so that we don't mix any of the existing mulch or pine straw into the new planting hole what might be the most important tool when we're planting in clay is actually a pickaxe this one this one again I've had for a very very long period of time it's hold up extremely well with this fiberglass handle there are two ends to this pickaxe one is the axe in I see people trying to dig with this in this is not the...