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Re: USDA wordson the soil's glue

Kitty Morrissy wrote:
I can understand from the articles how this knowledge will affect farming. Do you think there will be an impact - years down the line - on home
gardeners? Like instead of applying Humic Acid, I might be purchasing a
gallon of glomalin?

I hope that's a rhetorical question :-).Do you actually apply
'humic acid' rather than dig in compost, etc ?
Subject: [CHAT] USDA wordson the soil's glue

Quoth the ARS/USDA:

Glomalin is soil's organic "glue":
An ARS scientist has more proof she has found a key ingredient
responsible for
the well-known benefits of soil organic matter.

Jim Fisher
Vienna, Virginia USA
38.9 N 77.2 W
USDA Zone 7
Max. 105 F [40 C], Min. 0 F [-18 C]

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