Organic Soil Innoculants

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    saucelover
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    I know that many problems can be averted just by using good soil and I’ve been reading about soil innoculants. I live in West Virginia so molds and fungi are frequently a problem along with the bugs.
     
    Anybody have any good suggestions? I’ve recently been told that Dr. Earth has a good one. Has anybody used that one?

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    I used Dr. Earth for a bean innoculant. Every kind of bean I have planted seemed to wither and die. I didn’t know beans were so susceptible to disease. I followed the directions and mixed the Dr. Earth with milk and planted the beans. Well, I had beautiful purple, green and white beans! I noticed that you can use it to improve soil for all vegetables and I am all about feed the soil and your plants will thrive. So I think I will try it for the rest of the garden.

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