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Re: Regulation of compost teas (was: NOSB loses its head)
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From: "Jeff Lowenfels" <jeff@GARDENER.COM>
Sent: Monday, October 21, 2002 13:52
Subject: Re: [SANET-MG] Regulation of compost teas (was: NOSB loses its
> As for Alcohol, it kills plants and beneficial microbes.
If used in high concentrations it will, but, in diluted form, it can be
applied to the ground or as a foliar spray and many plants particularly
those belonging to the C4 group, will use it as a carbon source, when they
would other wise be unable to up take CO2 on days when the heat has caused
them to close the stoma.