hello all I used to have a user name on here but I forgot it? All I can recall is my icmag name. Anyway I used to do a fair bit of indoor, I knew then the power of chunky perlite.. That led me to commercial citrus, I have concentrated plantings about to go in underneath screen in florida My soil is good in most areas however it gently slopes down in to a muckier area. Still has a high sand content but poor drainage and aeration. I have dug out ditches and mounded areas but still the soil is not aerated enough. it has a poor smell. My Question: What is the minimum percentage of chunky perlite you all would recommend to have some effect? I know it largely depends on the soil, it has very low clay content, I have added a lot of composted tree company trim but it still packs down too easily and gets mucky. The smell is just swampy and I know MJ nor citrus would be happy here. Would 2.5% coarse perlite, consistently incorporated to 18" be worthwhile? Anyone with experience with large begs and perlite, your help is appreciated.