A few years ago one of our customers at the Trees That Please Nursery dropped in with a photo of him on a step ladder with his tomato plants. He was impressed by how large and healthy the plants got. This is not an uncommon thing to see and in fact Bob McClendon at McClendon Select in Arizona once complained to us that we did not warn him this could happen at his organic certified farm making it hard to harvest his crop. Now that we also have the best mycorrhizal product in the industry and the best Consortium soil probiotic (BioPack) in the industry I'd love to see what would happen to the vigor, yield and taste of this man's tomato crop if he would use those products along with the high energy dipole moment molecules of the carbon matrix of TerraPro combined with the amino acids of our Protein Crumblies product.
Recently I was in an Albuquerque retail nursery where a fertilizer was being sold that stated it was formulated for alkaline soils of the Southwest. It contained high levels of iron and sulfur, plus the N, P and K major nutrients. Do any of the readers care to comment on this type of product? Pros, Cons, etc. I have my take on it, but I'll entertain what you want to say about it. Michael Martin Meléndrez