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The Gridiot

10,000 BC Younger Dryas 2


Organic mulch in orchards:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5_7BljiEUdU

Summary: Mulching with wood chips is very good. Best applied to soil surface. I think we can understand why...? We pumpkin growers are smart, we know it robs the nitrogen and sulfef out of the soil if its incorporated into the soil.

Nematodes:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mN9XcACT5wY

Summary: Nematodes build up in soils and reduce yields. (In orchards.) No good management solutions here. Just scratching the surface of this topic, really.

1/4/2022 1:35:47 AM

The Gridiot

10,000 BC Younger Dryas 2


Pumpkin growers,
If you find other good videos on soil health, will you please post them here on bp... lets get healthy :)

1/4/2022 1:37:16 AM

The Gridiot

10,000 BC Younger Dryas 2

Fusarium, soil health, ph, mycorrhizal suppression of disease & growth promotion.

Its a bit dry in spots but hopefully gain an insight or two:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=B2c89tcuHGI

1/8/2022 2:01:29 AM

The Gridiot

10,000 BC Younger Dryas 2

Oh... and watch closely near the end for tidbits at the end... rhizoctonia & tillage of cover crops, the use of mustard to fumigate AND the affect of mustard on mycorrhizae... [study cheat sheet: It doesnt help myco, so maybe we need to be thinking of a trying a mixed cover crop mustard PLUS oats/rye...!? They could be grown together, if possible??]

Ps I dont think AGs are going to be hurt by rhizoctonia... cucumbers, maybe.

1/8/2022 2:20:07 AM

bnot

Oak Grove, Mn

Y?
wood chips....i think of compost tea


keep em coming brandon...i think you might have learned alot in the past few years

1/8/2022 2:32:24 AM

The Gridiot

10,000 BC Younger Dryas 2

https://www.karelsavry.us/mineral_nutrients/principles_of_transport_and_phloem_anatomy.html

https://www.karelsavry.us/mineral_nutrients/mineral_nutrients_of_low_phloem_mobility_example_calcium.html

Is it just me or do I need 3x more active brain cells. Some more tidbits if you are keen. These articles are like a kid doing the "minnow" swim lessons who accidentally falls into the Mendi end of the pool.

1/14/2022 1:02:07 AM

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