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Old 04-09-2018, 07:53 PM #61
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Old 04-17-2018, 02:26 AM #62
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That's the American talking. Sorry, but you guys

Generalizing about hundreds of millions of people is somewhat insulting and doesn't really put you in your best light either.


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Old 04-17-2018, 09:46 AM #63
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I was under the assumption that the exceptions are smart enough to realise that a blunt statement such as mine is merely a generalisation like any other (e.g. 'all French eat baguette' or 'all Chinese use chopsticks') and simply reflects that a comparatively large proportion of (alleged) American users have IMHO a contorted perception of organic farming.
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I use organs in my organic gardening all the time... sometimes electronic... other times pipe.
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a comparatively large proportion of (alleged) American users have IMHO a contorted perception of organic farming.
Pompous American here. I usually agree with you OO and love your posts. My free time is usually spent reading about agronomy science journals concerning several aspects of traditional and specialized agriculture.

Unfortunately, I'm going to have to disagree with you on this one. There are some weird concepts like Subcool's super soil, but I think people like Natural Farming Hawaii have organic production down. I'm genuinely interested in how you think organic farming is contorted in the States.
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The highest concentrates of Fulvic acid come from Leonardite. Leonardite products has a liquid concentrate that is $10.50 a gallon. I'm doing a grow study this season on this very subject. I will have posts under North Dakota and in the Ace seeds forum.
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The highest concentrates of Fulvic acid come from Leonardite. Leonardite products has a liquid concentrate that is $10.50 a gallon. I'm doing a grow study this season on this very subject. I will have posts under North Dakota and in the Ace seeds forum.
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Leonardite is awful. It’s a petroleum precursor that is obtained by strip mining. Please tell me how organic farming is environmentally conscious.
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I came across a product by New Millenium Nutrients, Ruby Fulvic. Anybody know anything about this product? I am assuming it is a fulvic acid but not sure
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Bill Farthing, once you can leave your biased liberal ideals at the door. I will explain to you why you are wrong at every level. Personnel beliefs of resources has nothing to do with their quality.
I have spent over 27 years in oil exploration industry. There is not a more organic source better than Leonardite, period. Until cars run on Butterfly pee , we have petroleum products .
In time other resources will be more efficient. I will welcome that time as well. I've spent my career making the industry less impactful on nature. I also served my country so any idiot can have freedom of speech. Glad to see all aspects of my life are bearing fruit. Peace
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I also find it humorous that a person without a single grow in his albums is giving advice on nutrients. Leonardite is not a petroleum product either. It's completely decomposed vegetative matter in between two layers of clay. That remained untouched for 60 plus million years. It's not a precursor to anything but your ignorant opinion.
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