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 Post subject: Organic Fertilizer-Wheat
PostPosted: Wed Sep 24, 2003 11:24 am 
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I am in the process of planting my wheat right now. I was wondering what would be a good and economical way of fertilizing my wheat organically. What should I use and what is the cost?


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 Post subject: fertile
PostPosted: Wed Sep 24, 2003 10:36 pm 
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Go to www.envioromateinc.com and Randy Mosely will mix all kinds of stuff with humates.
www.algoflaqsh.com for good stuff that works that is organic
www.oceangrown.com this is organic and works very well.
Robert D Bard


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 Post subject: wheat
PostPosted: Sat Oct 18, 2003 9:47 pm 
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I am growing wheat in the house and it is doing very well and the only thing it gets is ocean water 2x's /day. It growing very well and it tastes like it has sugar in it. Doing this for the nutrition. Sea water with hydroponics is the only way to get allnutrients. This provides beneficial bacteria(to the plants not to us) , enzymes, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals. In fact this is the only way to get up to 92 trace minerals.
This also provides total nutrician to our pastures and hay fields. If you need extra for growth you can add potassium nitrate (dug out of the ground not from acid type manufacturing - this is organic) (1 lb per 100 gals of properly mixed sea water.
This system is much cheaper that the chemical boys, and a lot healthier for man, land, and beast.
Robert D Bard


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Have you heard of anyone experimenting with 1 gallon of molasses per acre used about 4 times during the season? I've seen pictures of that done on non-irrigated, no-till, organic cotton and it was quite amazing. The benefit goes directly to the roots which remain damp through the worst droughts.

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 Post subject: molasses
PostPosted: Sun Oct 19, 2003 9:29 pm 
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I use molasses(one gal per 200 gal), compost tea(one gal per 200 gal), garlic (one large bottle per 200 gal) along with ocean water(one gal per 100 gals), and natural potassium nitrate (one pound per 10 acres)(mined from the ground and not processed with chemicals). Molasses feeds the "bugs" from soil and from ocean water.
Robert D Bard


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2004 9:34 pm 
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We can help with wheat. www.watsonranchorganic.com

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