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Washington State University Ag Extension Compost Tea Webinar Revisited  RSS feed

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I thought the WSU Agricultural eXtension presenters did a wonderful job in explaining some of the scientific basics to compost teas and that more research needs to be done in this area. Not all people were happy with the presentation. I previously wrote about the negative comments prior to the viewing of the Webinar and now that it is out, the Garden Professors at WSU are not thrilled at all. Compost teas to them are for those who are anti-science Voodoo practicing Luddites. None of the things they brought up as a problem by those posing questions were true and that mainly was die to the fact that they hadn't actually watched the entire Webinar if at all. Here is my take on their negative comments and what really transpired.

Washington State University Ag eXtension Compost Tea Webinar Revisited
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