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Tomatoes with Bokashi Kitchen Waste and Pro-Basic Grow Foliar Spray

In Uncategorized on July 5, 2011 by aagbiotics

Here are some of our tomatoes grown with Bokashi Kitchen Waste compared to Chemical Fertilizers.

There are 3 plots setup. Plot I had chemical fertilizer applied. Plot II and Plot III each contained 5-gal of Bokashi Kitchen Waste. Plot II and Plot III also received our special compost tea foliar spray 1 week after transplanting and the same day after these pictures were taken. Plot II was sprayed with AAG Pro-Basic Grow Compost Tea (formerly known as AAGB Bio Ag), and Plot III was sprayed with AAG Pro-Basic Grow with our Aerobic Activator (Pre-broken down Bokashi Kitchen Waste with Aerobic Beneficial Microbes).

 

 Comparisons Chemical Fertilizer Chemical Fertilizer Bokashi Kitchen Waste + Pro-Basic Grow Foliar Spray
Bokashi Kitchen Waste + Pro-Basic Grow Foliar Spray Bokashi Kitchen Waste + Pro-Basic Grow + Aerobic Activator Foliar Spray Bokashi Kitchen Waste + Pro-Basic Grow + Aerobic Activator Foliar Spray
Height Comparison Parameters
Chemical Fertilizer
Bokashi Kitchen Waste + Pro-Basic Grow Foliar Spray
Bokashi Kitchen Waste + Pro-Basic Grow + Aerobic Activator Foliar Spray

Total Cost to produce Two 5-gal buckets of Kitchen Waste, less than 2.2lb of Bokashi worth with Kitchen Waste which would have ended up in landfill!! AAG Pro-Basic Grow used for the two Compost Tea Foliar Spray applications was only 15.2mL for 1:500 dilution which cost less than a dime.

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