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  • Using Great White in compost

    Created by Harry Lim on

    Please kindly email me detailed info for using “Great White” on a watermelon and melon plantation.

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    E. Vinje
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    Hello –

    According to the manufacturer you can use any where from 1/2 oz to 4 oz Great White mycorrhizae depending on the size of the compost pile.

    For the watermelon and melon plantation, use the soil rate for application when the frost is gone for the season. That rate is 1 tsp per 2 gallons of water and drench into the root zone. If you have heated greenhouses you can apply earlier to younger plants at the same rate.

    Hope it helps!

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