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befnme
01-08-2006, 07:38 PM
have yall heard of this ? think it realy works ? wonder if we could make money at it ?

https://ssl.cgicafe.com/clients/natureslawn.com/aerify.html

yrdandgardenhandyman
01-08-2006, 08:18 PM
have yall heard of this ? think it realy works ? wonder if we could make money at it ?

https://ssl.cgicafe.com/clients/natureslawn.com/aerify.html


Do a search on aerify, or liquid aerify or aeration.

Here's 3 threads:

http://www.lawnsite.com/showthread.php?t=122668&highlight=liquid+Aerify
http://www.lawnsite.com/showthread.php?t=105193&highlight=liquid+Aerify
http://www.lawnsite.com/showthread.php?t=99426&highlight=liquid+Aerify

muddstopper
01-09-2006, 06:14 PM
It takes approx 2.5 billion lbs of organic material to convert one acre of regular soil into an organic soil. That 2.5 billion lbs of organic material will give you about 100,000 lbs of humis. Which is just enough material to obtain a 5% humis content in a 6 inch layer of one acre of soil. Do you really believe you can accomplish that with a jug of this solution.

nocutting
01-09-2006, 08:07 PM
[QUOTE=muddstopper]It takes approx 2.5 billion lbs of organic material to convert one acre of regular soil into an organic soil. That 2.5 billion lbs of organic material will give you about 100,000 lbs of humis. Which is just enough material to obtain a 5% humis content in a 6 inch layer of one acre of soil. Do you really believe you can accomplish that with a jug of this solution.[.................................................................................................... ....The therory sounds nice[ ease of operation], but sooner or later Reality has to sink in?.......Do you think it has Benifits?......I'm sure it does, but in Who's Lifetime?....If you look at what the average client retention is for an LCO, Do you have that kind of time to see if that product is gonna work?............Do you use Compost Teas Now?.....are your clients on a regular program of Organic Fertilizations?.............:blush:

muddstopper
01-10-2006, 08:54 PM
There are hundreds, if not thousands of products on the market that are supposed to restore your soil to health. They all share a few similarities. They claim just use a gallon or bag or jug of their products and you will grow a bigger tomato, or have greener grass, blah, blah blah. The one thing none of those snake oil salesmen tell you is just what I posted above. A lot of the products could be great products if the slick salesman would just tell you the entire truth. Simply adding microbes to the soil, by their selfs, isn't going to do much for improving the soil. Microbes need a food source and dumping them on soil without any humis doom's them to a premature death. The average life span of all those microbes is only about 6 minutes anyways. Makes you wonder how they survived so long in that jug don't it.

PSUturf
01-12-2006, 10:00 PM
If you want to aerify with liquid get a Toro Hydroject.