Inoculants which have these sorts of bacteria:
Xtreme Gardening Azos (azospirillum brazilense)
Artemesia Bloom wrote:That makes sense. Most of the early research I could find was on grasses or trees. But the more recent research is on all vegetables: squash, roots, beans, etc. They generate nitrogen and supress harmful organisms. This should be a part of everyone's tool kit.
julian kirby wrote:I'm going to be inoculating with Azos on everything I plant. Be aware of ALL NAMES for ALL VARIETIES of fungi/bacteria in your inoculant, and what their function in an ecosystem is.
Adrienne Beck wrote:Quick question on EM ... I am currently activating some EM a friend gave me. If mine has finished 'gassing off' (after 4 weeks) and the ph is at 4.5, if I leave it for a few more weeks, will the ph drop down to the ideal 3.5 range? Or, did I screw up the activation? - thanks
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