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Post by JCooper13 »

So I've been doing a lot of research on bermudagrass here in Arkansas and I see a lot of people talk about microbes and humic acid / organic material. My question is: are bio septic tank packets/microbes the same as lawn microbes? Essentially I see they both contain a lot of the same 'ingredients'. Could this be a different way to stimulate growth?

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Re: Microbes

Post by daniel3507 »

Are you talking things like Rid X packets? I wouldn't think those would be as beneficial as the microbes in compost and worm castings.

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Post by Thrownerdown »

@ JCopper13🤔 you maybe on to something.

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