Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Some Last Azos for the Pumpkin Patch

I did a soil application of Azos this evening.  Soil temperatures have to be decently warm for Azos to grow and typically in Denver this time of year it would be a little too cool, but the forecast for the next 10 days looks to be 80 degrees and above and I had some Azos so I figured I had better use it up before it expires. 

Azos is a nitrogen fixing bacteria that can produce substances that are similar to gibberellins, which is a plant hormone, so I figured I should get something out of it this year.

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