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Organic Soil

With all these seeds, what we need is some really rich soil. Et voila! Some soil so nutritious I’m tempted to eat it just as it is. This stuff contain organic humus (my favourite kind!), bat guano (otherwise known as bat poo), chicken manure (also known by another name), kelp meal (as in seaweed), worm castings (which I think are the little spirals left by worms), and mycorrhizae. It turns out that mycorrhizae are little funghi spores that live symbiotically with plant roots. What happens is, plant roots ooze nutrients that mycorrhizae need to live, and mycorrhizae make it much easier for plant roots to suck in nutrition and also moisture present in a good soil. Don’t you just love win-win situations??!


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