Document the starting condition of the land: (a) microbial analysis, (b) condition of soil, (c) crops previously plants, (d) location, (e) climate, (f) types of fertilization and any pesticides previously used, (g) past diseases and pests on site.
Describe your crops grown and the process: (a) types of plants, (b) types of fertilization or organic pesticides used, (c) length of growing season, (d) types of irrigation used and how often, (e) water source (and anaylsis?), (f) diseases or pests present.
Was compost made or used? Include microbial assessment done.
Was compost tea or compost extract applied – (a) how much, (b) how often applied, (c) how was it applied?
Two weeks after you apply compost, compost tea or extract please do an assessment: (a) analyze what more is needed, (b) any demonstration of improvement of plant health, (c) any noticeable improvement of plant yields, (d) any changes in root depth, (e) any differences in alleviation of soil compaction, (f) etc.
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