[Homestead] Seed saving questions
erthnsky at bellsouth.net
Thu Jan 11 14:47:30 EST 2007
> Maybe you know -- what is the innoculant routinely recommended for treating
> peas? You mix it up, soak them in it about 8 hours, and then plant them.
> Without it, germination is extremely slow.
I actually have some...<g>
Contains Rhizobium leguminosarum, biovars viceae and phaseoli, and
Whatever all that is... :) Various bacteria species I suppose...
I got it from Gardens Alive, I think, supposedly an all natural legume
Gosh, I never even thought about inoculants...
The package says: "Bacteria contained in the inoculant converts nitrogen
from the air into a form available to the plant."
So cool! Thanks Lynn!!!
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