Some geographical sites in Uruguay have awesome soil and most have high water table issues. My site (my residence) has construction base under the first layers and the usual high water table! So, my work is deep and regular in creating a sustainable space. I started some of my organic and gmo-free seed (corn, basil, artichoke, tomato, echinacea, spinach and cabbage) indoors on 24 October and began transplanting yesterday (19 November). In the first week of living here (11-18 Oct), I put black plastic down to eradicate the weedy plants to prep the growing areas for a "clean" start. Rocks arrived the other day and a crescent moon planter is built and will receive an addition tonight upon delivery of more rocks which will also be sued to create more planting spaces. The soil a friend delivered is dark, rich and has the famous abono mixed in already. More seeds to be started soon. See https://yesusi.com/about/house-of-salto/ for more info.