Went to BiggerTown yesterday and had to stop at Lowe's for some
plumbing stuff and picked up a big bag of bone meal and a bag of
Espoma Bio-Tone, which contains fifteen strains of bacterium, eight
species of ectomycorrhizal fungi and two species of endomycorrhizal
Started another batch of compost tea and thinks to myself that a big
handful of the Bio-tone might be a good idea to add.
After twelve hours it sure smells earthy.
I'll try and leave some control plants, to see how this works.
Haven't started any teas yet. So far, I'm just broadcasting manure and
compost on the garden. I'm about 80% completed (I hope) with the
Sunday, we plan to make a romantic run to the coast (40 min. away) for
lunch, sea weed scavenging, and stop for an aperitif, as we drive back
along the Russian River from Jenner.
"For the first time in the history of the world, every human being
On Wed, 27 May 2009 23:37:16 -0500, Charlie wrote:
So, here I am twisting in the wind wondering why you asked that.
I'm either a little slow on the uptake, or you have a vicious side you
are just now revealing. ;-)
But here I am wondering...
Well now, this adds a new dimension to our little online diversions,
does it not? It was such a simple question.....
The *only* reason I asked this question of you was, if there are any
obvious results in plant growth and yield, between the treated plants
and the control plant, I would post visuals for you.
Or maybe not......heh heh heh.....
Bien dormir.... ;-)
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