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Top 68 Soil Projects

  1. 31. Keeping Potted Plants Hydrated (00:23)

    Do you forget to water? Here's a way to keep plants from drying out.

  2. 32. Conducting a Soil Test

    Learn about the benefits of conducting a simple soil test. The DIY Network experts discuss how test results can tell you how to amend s...

  3. 33. Raising Landscaping Grade (00:01:00)

    Landscaping soil is used to raise the grade against a home for curb appeal.

  4. 34. How to Make Your Own Potting Soil

    There is no need to purchase expensive bagged potting soil once you learn how easy it is to mix at home.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  5. 35. How to Analyze Soil Temps and Drainage

    Soil temperature and water drainage rates are as important to a plant as sunlight and fertilizer. Learn how to analyze these key elemen...

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  6. 36. Knowing and Improving Your Soil

    The gardening experts at DIYNetwork.com share tips on determining your soil's pH and texture.

  7. 37. Sod Removal, Soil Prep and Weed Control

    Garden beds are a great way to lay out a vegetable garden. DIY shows how to clear the space, prep the soil and shield against weeds.

  8. 38. Pond Depth (01:57)

    There are specific depths to consider if a pond will have fish or plants.

  9. 39. Blueberries (04:43)

    Plant right and you'll be rewarded with delicious blueberries for years.

  10. 40. Laying Sod (01:00)

    Jason Cameron shares tips on laying sod to create a lush new lawn.

  11. 41. Repotting a Plant (01:19)

    Ahmed Hassan shares some simple tips on how to repot a plant.

  12. 42. Building a Planting Bed (00:60)

    Building a planting bed is a great weekend project that's hard to mess up.

  13. 43. Preparing Soil for a Garden

    DIY experts discuss how important it is to thoroughly prepare soil for the garden.

  14. 44. How to Grow Beets (04:34)

    Joe Lamp'l shares expert advice on planting, growing and harvesting beets.

  15. 45. How to Choose and Use a Rototiller

    The rotary tiller, which uses metal tines to break up the soil, is one of the most valuable tools a garden can have. The professionals ...

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