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    for clarification, what is Trichoderma harzianum?
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    I looked it up, and I think it is a fungi

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    oh ok, like the stuff superimposedhope is always messing with
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (PinguiculaMan @ Feb. 24 2005,9:04)]Though he had incredible results I would be afraid of getting similar results.
    Know any vicious dentists or bosses?

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    Following are a few links to suppliers of the product Root Shield, which is Trichoderma harzianum:

    Fogbeltgrowers Root Shield

    Gardener's Supply Root Shield

    BioWorks Root Shield

    Some of the things it is supposed to do include, infect the plants roots in a symbiotic way and protect them from attack by pathogenic fungi and bacteria. It is also supposed to act as an extension of the plants own root system and transport essential nutrients to the plants roots.



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    I use crushed oak leaves as part or my ceph mix. Never thought about trying it with pings. I guess it works.

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    Nice

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    What exactly do the crushed oak leaves contribute to the mix? Drainage and nutrients?

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