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  1. Lee James
    May 13, 2016

    Mr Bill, I have read in another soil biological literature about soil biologicals that assist in breaking down clay soils. We have heavy clay soil that impedes soil drainage and aeration. I know that organic matter is needed but what is the biological organisms that help to breakdown the clay? Can this be combined into the beneficial organisms in your fizzy tabs? Thank you
    I am still interested in hearing about your organism that assist the breakdown of sawdust into a compost that is usable locally.


  2. Mrs Etta Louise Leven
    June 8, 2019

    My husband, Alfredo used to love to garden. But this year he gave up. My sister and I think he was watering too much. She told me that she uses an instrument that waters by laying a hose type that lays on the soil. Do you have that type of instrument that waters by laying it on the ground among the plants? Etta Louise Leven


    • MrBill
      June 10, 2019

      Hi Etta: We don’t have any hoses, we work with microbes, like Biota Max to improve plant performance.


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