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Old 10-17-2021, 01:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I live in Florida zone 8b-9a. My home is only about a block from the bay. During hurricane Michael my yard was under 3 ft of water from the bay. The salt remains and most vegetables won’t grow in this. However I have resorted to bringing in fresh dirt by the truck full and building planters. I am trying my new Blue Java in the regular dirt, because I planted before I had the fresh dirt, and the 2 trees seem to be growing. I fear that they will not produce any fruit. If you know of anything that I can do, or add to my plants to benefit them I would greatly appreciate the help. Thanks, Salty Yard
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