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Molasses applied to soils feeds soil microbes
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- Date: Mon, 03 May 2004 23:58:14 -0700
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Steve Diver steved at ncat.org
Mon May 3 10:27:19 EDT 2004
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Molasses applied to soils feeds soil microbes. Activating
soil biology can impact above-ground insect pests by altering
plant metabolism -- especially relating to sap pH and amino
acids -- in addition to controlling to soil-borne diseases which are
the usual target pathogens of enhanced soil biology.
Likewise, I recall some research underway to understand the
effect of compost utilization on arthropod pests.
Likewise, I recall some research on infra-red detection of hot
zones on plant surfaces where insects attacked.
The application of humus management=biology, mineral balancing,
and energetics is the three-part approach in ecofarming.