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Old 11-04-2013, 10:03 AM
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Originally Posted by turf&tree View Post
Absolutely Ted. Holganix in my opinion is a product that will probably do a great job feeding microbes already in the soil. You can just smell the molasses. It is supposed to have living microbes in the jug. This is the way it is marketed.
Dusty Cedar and a bunch of us have used it according to their specs and have had terrible results because we have poor soils. But Holgainx dosent mention anything about soil types. It boasts it will improve your soil and rooting no matter what. It will even magically balance your ph.
I have spent countless hours topdressing our lawns and trying to sell it to stubborn customers. We are slowly gaining ground in the fight to feed the soil.
I seriously doubt small axe has used it, but I guess knowing everything about everything qualifies him to throw 2 cents in.
Feeding the microbes in poor soils that have no food is the basic principle that applies to ALL such products... you finally realize that ,,, so good for you...
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Now that I know that clay's texture(platelets) has nothing to do with water infiltration, percolation, or drainage
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