- Aug 22, 2010
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- East Texas
Oh goodness, all of that is SO helpful! Thank you. I understand now that you were trying to keep the tension and split the taught wire down the middle without either end loosening. Got it. I was imagining a run of fence and only the end. 😁They are quite standard, I got them at Tractor Supply
Good to know! I'm expecting to do a lot of amending in the garden area. I just need my tractor (hopefully these trees are buying me one!) so I can manage my manure pile for better composition. Then I'll have lots of beautiful soil. 😁Just make sure you do a PH test. Although pine needles are a bit acidic, they say they do not add as much acidity to the soil as the soil is already acidic and that is where pines prefer to grow... low PH and well drained soils. It might be too acidic for some of the vegetable garden plants. Lime can fix that....and the pine needles etc., can continue to add organic matter....