updated Jan 11/2023
Grains respond well to compost and mineral applications.
Adding compost encourages and provides
microbiology, which is necessary for natural farming.
By combining waste streams, with the
appropriate recipe or formula we can substantially reduce or eliminate
input costs. Restore microbiology and promote
Tomatoes and other heavy
feeders find the nitrogen they require during peak performance when quality compost is
used. Predatory microbes consume bacteria that feed
off organic waste releasing natural forms of N allowing N to be
available when required by the plant while reducing the need for inputs.
These tomatoes tasted as good as they looked.
They were sweet and consistently thick and juicy.
Winter wheat responds extremely well
to compost applications.
We’ve had great success with corn. One grower
reported 6-12 ft stalks, with double cobbing for 30% of the
field, on clay soil, with no other additives other than his compost. The
quality of your compost will depend on formulation and
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