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Old 01-18-2011, 12:46 PM
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That's all you have Kiril? Attack me? What about the points I made.
You didn't make any points worth discussing ... you simply regurgitated something you read ... and rather poorly I might add. Furthermore you did not even begin to address the question you were attempting to answer.

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You didn't once talk about the fact that those bacteria produce "chemical nutrients". (<-- is that a better, more generalized term for you?)
Not following you JD. Is this your attempt to defend your statement concerning microbes producing the very same ions as synthetic ferts? Sorry JD, but one specialized group of bacteria converting atmospheric N2 to NH3 doesn't validate your all inclusive statement.

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Nor do you address the fact that he lists the most popular chemical fertilizers as nutrients for microbes?
He does .... where? All I see is a list of possible sources of inorganic ions. He makes no mention of where they come from .... does he? Yet that didn't stop you from misrepresenting what he wrote ... did it?

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You've got nothing but to attack me? What a joke. You remind me of Professor Crawford in the movie Finding Forrester.
Not an attack JD .... simply speaking the truth.
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