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I need a lot of leucaena seeds and leucaena innoculat.

 
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Where can I buy a ton of leucaene seeds (thousands) and the proper innoculant? I have an acre of sandy and nutrient depleted soil and thought that if I could plant rows of leucaena as the do in Australia to raise livestock then chop and mulch the majority of it that it would be a super fast way to get some life back into the soil. Any information would be much appreciated.
 
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Clayton,
Did you ever find a source of inoculant for your leucaena? I am looking for the same!
 
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http://www.lawyernursery.com/contactus.asp

This place can get bulk leucaena seeds.

http://www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/mbbe/Borthakur.html

This guy may be able to help you find innoculant. He is supposedly a leucaena guru of some sort.

Wish I had more info but this is all I have right now. I'll let you know if I find out anything else.
 
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Thank you!
Chris
 
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