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Episode 199 Five Myths About Soil and Fertility

Today I tackle five myths (or at the least misconceptions) about soil and fertility.

3 comments to Episode 199 Five Myths About Soil and Fertility

  • Joe

    Foliar feeding is useful for plants that have a mineral deficiency, and need it fixed fast. If they’re not starved for something, as I’m sure your plants aren’t, you wouldn’t see any effect of compost tea.

  • Teena

    I was interested in what you were saying about using fresh manure in your garden, but was curious about how to break pathogen cycles…are you covering that in the next podcast, by any chance?

  • Anonymous

    Teena – I can cover that upcoming. But what pathogens are you concerned about? As long as you are using omnivore/herbivore manure like rabbit and chickens there really aren’t too many concerns.
    Jason