Garden Combination Mix Inoculant
(Treats 8 lb)

Let Your Legumes Work for You

Item Number: ISE350

$7.99

In Stock! Ships from Northern CA.

$7.99

In Stock! Ships from Northern CA.

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Description

Please Note: Seed inoculants expire 15 months after their formulation date. The inoculants we carry generally expire in December. If you want to use your inoculant in the spring, you should probably wait until January to purchase.

Contains peat-based inoculant products containing live culture of nitrogen-fixing Rhizobium bacteria. Treats up to 8 lbs. of Soil Builder Mix, Legume Oat Mixes, vetch (except crown vetch), fava beans, bell beans, crotolaria, garden beans, peas, black-eyed peas, soybeans, lentils, lima beans, cowpeas, lespedeza and peanut.

Also known by the brand name N-Dure.

Directions for Application:

  • Dampen seeds with non-chlorinated, clean, cool water.
  • Add just enough inoculant to uniformly coat the seeds. This is quite a dusty step, it is advised to wear a dust mask.
  • Allow 1-3 minutes for the mixture to dry and then plant seed as soon as possible.

Store product in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight. Store between 40 and 77°F.

Characteristics

Organic Status Approved for Use in Certified Organic Agriculture Organic Certifier OMRI
Organic Status Approved for Use in Certified Organic Agriculture
Organic Certifier OMRI

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Shipping Information

Shipping Weight: 0.25 lbs. Dimensions: 5.25"L x 4"W x 0.25"H

Reviews

Lots of nodules on my plants

This bacteria worked great with my soil builder mix. I pulled up some of the legumes and the roots were covered in nodules. Worked back into the garden come spring and my garden has flourished. Easy to use too.

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Great Boost

for those legumes in the SCM120 Soil Builder mix I purchased for my garden soil!

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Helping out the nitrogen-fixing

Totally true that you don't need the inoculant for the seed to grow, but I always use it to ensure that I get as much nitrogen-fixing on those roots as possible.

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Inoculant

This is not necessary to make seeds grow but is necessary to fix the soil with more nitrogen. I highly recommend using this in conjunction with whatever cover crop you're planting!

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