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Humus increases growth of young trees



Humus increases growth of young trees



Citrus and Vegetable Magazine 43(7): 38, 56



The results are briefly summarized of several trials with Ekol (proprietary humus made from cottonseed gin waste). In a trial with young Pineapple orange trees on sour orange rootstock, mixing the humus with the soil at planting (10 lb/tree) increased trunk diameter and tree height by 20 and 8%, respectively, after 18 months, compared with untreated controls; moreover, the establishment of humus-treated trees was better.

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