Hi Everyone, I'm currently attempting to build a productive Veggie garden. I have recently had a number of trees removed and I am putting in paths and garden beds. I had an issue with my paths that is the subject of another thread and I am working to fix it. But there is another corner of my garden that is bothering me. After a few days of rain the clay soil turns to porrige and if you step into it you sink about 50cm. When the weather is dry the ground bakes quite hard. My garden has a slight downward slope and the problem area is at the bottom of the slope in a corner with a fence on one side and a concrete slab for a car port on the other so running drain pipes will be difficult. Is there a way to repair the ground or use it to my advantage? I will try and get some photos of the area this week and post them up.