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I mean.....you dont want dirty dirt.....its hard to work with....good clean dirt that someone wants to get rid of should be inspected....its like STDS....digging in someones clean dirt could yield bugs........poor dirt conditions......not healthy for young sprouts....you might want to throw a little manure on it to get rid of unwanted germs and progressing to pasteurization....I know exactly what your feeling

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Dirty dirt has its place, though ... if you just want to fill a hole in the ground, why pay extra for clean dirt?

 

Unless of course you're in favor of supporting the local economy by helping pay the salaries of the dirt cleaners.

 

One might also consider utilizing a DIY Dirt Cleaning Kit. Or, one could visit FreeDirt.com where you can buy, sell or give away dirt. A sort of dirty eBay ...

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On 4/19/2018 at 1:36 PM, Phillipe said:

Dirty dirt has its place, though ... if you just want to fill a hole in the ground, why pay extra for clean dirt?

 

See that's just typical of modern society. You get rid of a load of soiled soil by just dumping it in the ground and leaving it for others to stumble across. Is that the legacy we want to leave? Won't somebody please think of the children.

 

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