"Wood ash contains valuable trace minerals and I use it under inoculated
legumes to feed the rhizobia that fix nitrogen in the roots of the legume
crop. You will get a huge increase in N fixation if you do this."
Is this true? Would you get the same effects with rock powders, compost
and seaweed or is there something special about wood ashes that make
rhizobia fix more nitrogen?
Lawrence F. London, Jr. Venaura Farm
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