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Old 03-24-2014, 01:10 PM
Skipster Skipster is offline
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Iím intrigued by this statement:


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Originally Posted by Compostwerks LLC View Post
Chances are, your soils contain sufficient Phosphorous; It's very likely that you don't have the biology (beneficial fungi) to mineralize it into a plant available form. Remember that most soil tests only quantify available nutrients in soils.
1) Are you saying that the soil test reports sufficient P, but it may not all be plant available?

2) In your view, what are the main factors that drive P mineralization?
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