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3 hours ago, timjwilson said:

Times I've bought soil locally, it hardened up pretty badly (clay content?) and grew lots of weeds.

Same here, and I live in a different area of Mexico.. I don't think they understand what topsoil is. It's either full of clay or really sandy when they scoop it from the arroyo beds, or it's like dust. I also make my own compost, which is essentially enriched soil. There is lots of soil in it, from the soil clinging to the roots of the weeds I throw in there. 

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