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Discussion in 'Organic Lawn Care' started by Exact Rototilling, Jan 20, 2008.
I think this might be just what the doctor ordered,
What a cool machine I want one, I don't know what I would do with it but I still want one, I'll bet there many revisions on that one to get it to work properly.
I saw another one that is used in the west on golf courses to inject polyscharides (sp?) into the soil it had much thicker tine though
See you in Orlando
Yea, that would pretty much cover it. If only it cored as well.
I see what you're saying...
But I don't have access to de-chlorinated water at this very remotely located house.
So if I go with a sprayable, it'll have to be applied out of a (new and clean) backpack sprayer; using some unspoiled cistern water I can get off of my barn. And using the back pack's a pain in the b*** as far as getting even coverage is concerened.
Are there a relatively cheap water de-chlorinator available on the market for this kind of purpose, that can be easily attached to a standard residential outside hose bib?
If so...maybe I'll go that direction.
Most pet stores carry very inexpensive dechlorinators in the aquarium section. Most use certain chemicals to reduce ammonia in the water from fish poop, just find a straight dechlor for your purpose.
Clean equipment should always be used when spraying biology. A lot of people use hydrogen peroxide for cleaning equipment, I would guess that chlorine bleach would work as well. I believe most people triple rinse after using a cleaner in their spray rigs. hopefully someone that has been spraying biology for a while will chime in with their practices
People use electric back pack sprayers all the way up to 3000 gallon hydroseeders to apply biology products
I don't know the cost though.
Or just get regular Vitamin C tablets.
i like that injector system but it wont fit in a lot of areas i do
or add humates.
I was always told if you aerate the water the chlorine will go out. I also spoke with a Dr that produces a good portion of mychorazae(sp?) for the country and he said chlorine has no effect because they use city water to grow the legumes and mychorazae. He said there is no study proving chorine kills the spores. I do a chit load of deep root injection and trust him in this. Im sure others have a different opinion on the topic. But i have to believe the big guy.