Amedean Messan wrote:I am skeptical. I doubt the bioavailability of nutrients will be processed fast enough to provide the intended benefit. Particularly being an annual crop, my guess it will yield better in the next season when decomposition has become more established, but again this is my theory.
Amedean Messan wrote:This is true, but what practice is optimal?
I believe it would be more efficient to dig the whole, place compost and then seed, but this is unremarkable because everyone does this. Throw in some other goodies if you wish but the compost should provide the chemistry for proper germination and root development in the immediate time.
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