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Old 10-08-2012, 12:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Smallaxe View Post
Every supply yard uses some kind of compost to bolster their topsoil... I believe it...

But that brings up the other point that surfaced a little earlier... the idea that the decaying organic matter(compost) is now having its environment(mixed with dirt) changed...
So,,, would the new environment affect the compost enough, that it would no longer matter whether the decaying OM was originally 'fungal' in nature or 'bacterial'?
If so, to what extent??

I would like to have this point , not be lost... plz, don't submit to distraction and leave the question unanswered...
That question can only be answered by sampling microbiology before and after topsoil has been added.
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