Is this soil still usable
This is kind of a strange question, I'm sure. But here goes ... I planted three pots (s, m, l) with annuals. The pots did not have drainage holes at the bottom but they did have kind of a reservoir. We have had many heavy thunderstorms and as a result the pots got totally waterlogged to the point that the whole thing was a soppy, smelly, bug ridden mess. (Surprisingly, the annuals are still alive.) I laid out a tarp and spread out all the bad soil, drilled holes in the pot bottoms and replanted them with fresh soil. Now I'm trying to dry out the soil in the sun although the weather is not cooperating very much.
My question is, assuming I can get this soil dried out, will it still be usable? Any suggestions on what I can do short of dumping all the soil? I told you it was a strange question! Thanks for your help!