2. Treating Unsuitable Ground
Preparing your soil should start a few weeks before you intend on planting, and ideally, you should have a good idea of what you would like to plant where in your garden before you start to prepare the soil at all.
Start off by outlining your garden with a simple piece of paper. On this, mark which areas already have which types of soil – and which areas are getting the most sun. This can help you to find a suitable spot in which to plant your goji berries.
Next, work through the soil with a gardening fork and remove any twigs or stones from it.
Then, measure the pH of the soil and add some compost to the mixture. Measure again to make sure that it’s closer to the moderate pH level goji berry plants will prefer.
After this, it’s not time to plant just yet; goji berry plants need some special preparation before they can be planted in order to get used to the climate or they might just die off. (See tip number 6 for more information on this!)