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For in-ground fig, in a 60 gallon hole, should I line the hole with an

2 months ago

I am going to plant a Boysenberry Blush directly into a 64 gallon hole I dug, in the corner of my yard.
Should I pour my soil mix directly into the hole?

Or place something like a Grassroots no-till fabric pot inside the hole, and then fill it with my soil mix?

I'm wondering whether I should place it inside a pot, to prevent vine roots and other nearby plants from "stealing" nutrients from my nutrient-rich soil mix.

I'm in San Diego (10a), in Southern California, and the soil here is pretty nutrient poor, its hard packed clay and sand mixed with rocks for the most part.

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