Building the soil food web...in sandy Seffner..
I'm new to all this (only 2 years experience) and I'm told the best way to maximize yield and vegetable quality is to build the soil food web. I'm hoping to get this done without any contributions from anything in a bag (except maybe lime, azomite and bone meal).
I've got dairy cow manure (mostly fresh when I pick it up), lots of leaves, wood ashes, quality compost and plenty of time (well let's say six months). I'd like to plant my fall crops in this bed.
Is there some secret to doing this or can I just till all this stuff into the sandy soil and let nature take it's course?