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If a planting hole or container won't drain, it will act a tank, keeping soil in the root zone saturated, and shutting off air, which is necessary to root growth in most plants.  Without air, molds and rot take over.  Even if the plant survives these, it will have to cope with a concentration of soluble salts left behind when excess water evaporates.  Tight soil prevents excess water from leaching these salts on through the root zone; stunted growth and chlorosis are the result.

September 10, 2017

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