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Old August 30, 2016   #65
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Originally Posted by Shapshftr View Post
It's not ignoring their recommendations, it's just using different sources of those nutrients. I believe in following mother nature's cues. She burns down forests, lets animal carcasses and plant matter decay on the ground, and floods the land periodically. Those are all natural methods of fertilizing the land. It's natures way, and that's the best way. It's also called sustainable agriculture. Factory produced chemical fertilizers do more harm to the environment.

BUT, I would have another soil test done in the spring before planting, to make sure the levels are good.
I was not directing my post to you.
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