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From the Blog:
- Fish Fertilizer in Action!
- Tweaking the Bloom Recipe
- Adding Bokashi to the Compost Pile, and Results
- Making Super Strong Lacto – Ways to Modify the Recipe
Popular Recipes and Techniques:
- Lacto: The Most Versatile Microbe Ever (just look at the applications section)
- Cockroaches Make Great Composters??
- All About Bokashi
- Calphos: The Secret to Tons of Massive Flowers
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