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  1. Doug
    July 21, 2016

    I have multiplied other bacteria before application in aerated water with molasses for nutrition. Would this work with the BiotaMax, GP, and B5 or do you have other suggestions for pre application multiplication?

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    • MrBill
      July 21, 2016

      Doug – Great question.
      You can aerate and multiply before if you prefer; however, I generally don’t recommend any pre application multiplication. We’ve had better success allow the bacteria/fungi to multiply in the soil. This allows better use of the microbe/plant interaction. Applying with molasses will “jump start” the process very well in the soil.
      I hope this helps.

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  2. ray
    April 23, 2018

    I am going to be dipping cannabis cuttings into the trichoderma, how much should I mix into 5 gallons of water?

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    • MrBill
      April 24, 2018

      For this application the Custom GP tabs work great. Simply use one fizzytab per 5 gallon pail.

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  3. Dolly
    April 23, 2019

    Are there any concerns with pets after application of Biota Max & Custom GP? My dog likes to lay in the grass and sometimes snack on it. I’m using your products to try and combat heavy fungal damage to my St. Augustine lawn.

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    • MrBill
      May 20, 2019

      Hi Dolly:

      Biota Max works great on grass. There are no health concerns for dogs or humans with Biota Max.

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  4. Dolly
    May 21, 2019

    I would love to see more specific application instructions for your products. I used the ortho dial n spray end hose sprayer, I feel certain I over applied but so far the lawn is looking good and recovering well from the fungus that rears it’s ugly head annually. I wondering how often I should reapply Biota Max to keep the fungus at bay?

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    • MrBill
      June 10, 2019

      Hi Dolly – you’re right I wish we could supply more specific application information. The problem is that there are so many different crop, application methods, and soil conditions it’s just not practical. In general, we want to get our products to the roots of the plant as early in the growing cycle as possible. For perennials, like grass, apply annually when growth conditions improve. So here in Florida, I treat my grass once a year in March or so. Hope this helps.

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