Organic Seed Shell softener?

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Re: Organic Seed Shell softener?

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Tue Nov 10, 2020 4:11 pm
@GHO I don't mean to offend any of the nutrients companies. It just seems everyrhing is organic these days :) Maybe I am wrong.
Have you tried semen before? I don't know how many seeds you have, so you may need more than one shot. I've used it before with potting up but it may work with the husks. Worth a go I think.
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Re: Organic Seed Shell softener?

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Bulls wrote:
Tue Nov 10, 2020 4:11 pm
@GHO I don't mean to offend any of the nutrients companies. It just seems everyrhing is organic these days :) Maybe I am wrong.
None taken mate, I get what you're saying. There's an awful lot of 'organic' material available these days. I produce my barley flour myself and paid to have it verified as a biostimulant suitable for organic farming systems. Everything else I stock I buy from certified organic producers who have also had their products verified/certified. Without that you could easily and probably are buying non organic produced materials. I take the view that if it was suitable for organics you'd have your product verified for purpose as it's a mark of quality. I work on the assumption that if someone has a natural product without any kind of certification, they have either tried for it and been turned down, or an enquiry has been made and it's been identified as unsuitable due to some part of the production process.
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