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Recently I read an article that when planting raspberries in the ground, you need to place a rotting tree or old sawdust, since wild raspberries in the forest love to grow in such conditions, so gardening should be beneficial. Has anyone used such a method and what are the results?

I would not recommend sawdust. They, of course, will create the necessary looseness and air permeability, but they will also absorb and retain all fertilizers. I lay down the mowed grass all summer.

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