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Re: Mel's Mix Lab Analysis Results

Post  Cloudy on 5/12/2017, 7:16 am

@sanderson wrote:Cloudy,  Did you get a chance to look Craig's List and and the link I posted for some ideas?


Hi....I did look last year and even checked a few places out...most were pickup only and one were making theirs from plants that were grown in soil that is flooded yearly from a river loaded with pcb's. Looking at the link I think I'll add some of the Ecoscraps....I can get that locally.
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Post  sanderson on 5/12/2017, 4:11 pm

I love Ecoscraps. I even called the company to discuss their product, the difference between Ecoscaps Compost and Ecoscraps Soil. The Compost has a high ratio of veggies.

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Post  Cloudy on 5/12/2017, 7:36 pm

I was very impressed with all of the stuff I did buy. No big pieces of anything...not even small pieces but for a twig or two....smelled fine...pretty fine particles. Hopefully it will grow everything as well as my containers have over the years. I finished off everything today and just need some warm weather to plant....another 3 weeks. But I like how it all looks and I can take advantage of area that was wasted with the containers. I'm glad I found the Utube videos of "One Yard Revolution" where he talks about raised beds and Mels mix.
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