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Amino acids in soil

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Now, I am thinking about adding amino acids from hydrolysed wheat to my organic, re-used soil.

 

I am aware that the micro herd are creating these amino acids all the time but I grow trees and am thinking an amino boost could be quite beneficial?

 

Is this worth doing and could anyone give me any advice on application rates?

 

Peace

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There's stuff called 'super vit' by hesi that contains amino acids and vitamins.

 

Greetz

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hmm, that is a great sounding product, I´m going to make my own with the hydrolyzed wheat and vitamin B complex. that covers the amino´s and some of the vitamins. would love to see a full ingredient list though!

 

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Fish mix or even better make your own FAA - fish amino acids will do wonders. Use largely only in veg.

 

FAA Recipe, Natural Farming input.

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i´m trying to be as vegan as possible, not because I have issues with animal products in general (I use frass, worm casts and sometimes organic manure) but I ave concerns about the sustainability and potential contamination from heavy metals and meds etc.

 

I do admire your organic methodology knowledge though Hempyfan and do absorb as much that you share as I can! And I am aware I can use these methods insync with my personal ethos, just not always in my current circumstances/availability of resources.

 

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I will see if I can find a vegan alternative but off hand I am thinking seaweed and mushrooms could work as a replacement, perhaps in a compost or garden tea.

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worm castings have amino acids.

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