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Alias    Posted 05-16-2004 at 05:16:35       [Reply]  [No Email]
I'd like all the information I can obtain on the use and results on the product, "Garden Inoculant". It is manufactured by Nitragin, Inc. of Milwaukee. It is for use with legumes such as beans, and peas.

Now, my soil is heavy clay and I always grew good beans. But they have been slow to start. Once the reach about four of five leaf stage, they pick up the pace. Usually, I get good result if I wait long enough. This inoculant is supposed to provide needed nitrogen during the germination period and get the plants off to a super fast start.

Now, if you, have had any experience with this product, please let me know, both pro and con. Thanks in advance.....gfp


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