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Has anyone used Holganix?   Seems to be all bacterial.  Does it work?
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Having just looked into this product, My findings are it is not all bacterial.

I checked out the Agricultural labeled product
What it does contain:

Endomycorrhizae, Ectomycorrhizae, Trichoderma spp, Beneficial Nematodes, Protozoa. The mycorrhizae include a fairly broad species set. This would be a good starting point for both direct addition and addition to your compost heap.

the rest is all nutrients.

If I didn't have the ability to grow all of these myself, I would buy a trial size of this product and test it in a garden bed.

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