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Old 10-21-2017, 06:06 PM #3211
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I think what happens when you feed heavy you shut down the microbes so you get no contribution from any of your non soluble soil amendments. You are essentially feeding hydroponically at that point. The thing to watch for is which way does your organic % move yr over yr
So, you guys have been asking how to get high levels of Ca into a hydroponic type set up......... Do we have an answer?
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Old 10-21-2017, 06:14 PM #3212
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Topdressing is the easiest way for soil. It would be hard to get as much as you want fertigating cause injectors won't work.

Beyond that we would need to move the conversation cause I promised
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Old 10-21-2017, 06:20 PM #3213
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I won't speak much more on it either. However, high CEC organic soil, that can move it's base saturation %'s quickly sounds like a winner to me. Comes down to cost more than the theory, IMO.
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Old 10-21-2017, 06:31 PM #3214
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A week of brewing in a vortex brewer will do wonders for solubility issues. As well as that ball mill...
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Old 10-21-2017, 07:29 PM #3215
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Ball milling does not change solubility. It increases surface area improving digestability for microbes. But if microbes are dormant ???

You ever wonder if Brunetti's suspension agent was really organic

Brewing is different. It is a genius way to predigest. MgPhosphates are special
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We raise and process poultry on our farm, so having an unlimited supply of organic bone meal is what got me into the ball mill. I like to run everything through it just for consistency.
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Old 10-21-2017, 08:44 PM #3217
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Silica rods? Fill it to 55% including water for maximum grinding efficiency

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Sprinkling gypsum on it

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Amen. I learned a lot in the first couple hundred pages. The last hundred I learned plus I learned that some posters here love the sound of their own voice. Ignore function takes care of most of that. A few of them need to start their own threads or stay on topic or just plain shut up. I dont know for sure but at least one poster has to have double the posts of the OP and a couple other may. Thanks to the OP for all the info. Thread seems to be being run into the dirt by blabbermouth know it all's. Back to read only now for me.
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We raise and process poultry on our farm, so having an unlimited supply of organic bone meal is what got me into the ball mill. I like to run everything through it just for consistency.
A little off topic, but how far do you process the birds? Into boneless breasts and boneless thighs? Machine for it?
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Boneless breast, bone in thighs and legs mainly. All hand work, we aren't a huge operation, 1-2k birds a year. Plenty to supply my 40 acres needs...

We incorporate the rib cage/spine, wings/legs and any other waste into our compost piles. This allows microbes to remove all tissues from the bones without using an energy source.

When we go to use the compost the bones are separated during screening and then powdered.

The only thing off topic in this thread is whining. So many dots in this thread that take some logical thinking and some not so logical thinking to connect.

Imagine if all of these heads would work towards a common goal with openness...whether privately or publicly... we have bigger competition coming from Corporate America than we do from woo salesman or anyone else...
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