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Orchid (Tomato@GlobalGarden.com)
Fri, 16 Jul 1999 22:11:07 -0400

Tom, I'm just a beginner, but could it be that because you've worked the
soil with manure and all that good organic materials over the years, that
your soil already is loaded with Mycorhizza?  Maybe that is why you see no
difference...all your plants are already inoculated.  Just a thought....

Pete, Zone 10, South Florida

-----Original Message-----
From:	owner-tomato@GlobalGarden.com [mailto:owner-tomato@GlobalGarden.com]
On Behalf Of Tom Eilers
Sent:	Friday, July 16, 1999 9:03 PM
To:	Tomato@GlobalGarden.com
Subject:	Re: [tomato] Mycorhizza  My 2 Worth

Howdy, My soil is pretty well balanced, been a garden here in same spot
since
the late 1930s, my Dad was quite a gardener, and each year added a lot of
manure, grass clippings, leaf material, etc. etc.  I did not add any sand.
Don't feel comfortable discussing the vendor that sold me the Mycorrhiza,
since
the season has a long way to go, and the weather has been really bad.
(Plants
got frosted the 8th of June)  I'll keep records as to dates of first fruit,
total weight produced, by the plants in my test group and the plants in the
control group.  My sample size is so small, that I am reluctant to take the
results too serious.  If you have any questions, I'd be happy to reply off
list.  Good luck, Tom   North-Eastern CA

Orchid wrote:

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> Maybe what we need is an agency to certify that the product being shipped
> meets "standards".  Tom, just for informational purposes, where did you
> purchase your Mycorhizza?  It sounds like you know what you are doing, did
> you add sand to your soil?
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