mycorrhizae tolerance to fertilizer
aknutson at PEAK.ORG
Thu Dec 19 12:35:20 EST 1996
In the last issue of The Growing EDGE we published quite a comprehensive
article on using Mycorrhizae, providing three sources/producers for the
western, mid, and eastern U.S. areas. We will continue the discussion in
the upcoming Spring issue. You can find us at your local bookstore,
public library, or call Erin Culliney for subscription/backissue information.
Amy Knutson, Editor
The Growing EDGE
341 S.W. 2nd Street
P.O. Box 1027
Corvallis, OR 97339
On 17 Dec 1996, Eric Grunden wrote:
> In a previous article, brateaver at aol.com () says:
> >And it is not correct that there are not adequate supplies, etc. of
> >mycorrhizae cultures. There are plenty of sources now, both endo and ecto
> >types. All those arguments you gave are incorrect. There is now no reason
> >at all for not getting the cultures and using them, regardless of scale.
> OK. Out here in rural IL farmers have their choice from a couple of
> thousand different places to go purchase fertilizer, most of which
> will deliver the proven product to their door. Please tell me where
> they should go to purchase their mycorrhizae, what equipment they should
> use to apply it, how much it costs per acre to use and apply, and
> the proven results they can expect under a variety of soil, climatic,
> and environmental conditions, and I'll pass the word along to them.....
> The Spirit of Nature, a powerful force,
> belongs and returns to its creative source.
> - Excerpted from The Collective Works of Johnny Pokerface -
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