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Old 07-22-2013, 05:57 PM
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Originally Posted by phasthound View Post
I have no experiance with these products.

The Soil Inoculant with Humus is not compost tea. The sell sheet only lists seven species of microbes, while the label only guarantees two species. There is only 0.03% humus acid. It is OMRI listed and approved for organic use by the USDA.

The 15-5-5 Bio-Soil Enhancer label guarantees seven species of microbes,
no humus acid, several micronutrients blended with a urea based fertilizer. This is not an organic product.
Well I assume the inoculant must be the one widely used by cattle guys in east texas who want to sell as organic. Would it be reasonable to assume that their inoculant would be better than compost tea I would brew?
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