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What is Difference Between Azospirillum and Mycorrhizal?

    Hey, Soil King with a really quick snip to tell you the difference between mycorrhizal and azospirillum. Azospirillum is a bacteria, keep the water in. Mycorrhiza is a fungi. So those are the two different. So, when you look them up, you’ll know the difference. Mycorrhiza is a fungi, azospirillum is a bacteria. Most people would call this “azos” and most people will call mycorrhizal “myco”. And there you have it for another quick snip with a Soil King in The Victory Garden. Please hit the subscribe button. We can only share what is freely shared with us and we’re here to help each other because why? We’re better together. No doubt about it.

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Top Dressing And Fertilizing Your Garden

Welcome to another episode of Soil King in The Victory Garden. On this episode, we’ll be talking about top dressing, fertilizing, what products to use and most importantly, how to use them. First off, it’s most important to use the right products. Use the wrong products, you don’t get the rewards. You don’t get the results you’re looking for. I do a Q&A where our followers ask questions. And one question that came up for this episode was from Sarah G. Sarah G. said, “Soil King, in my victory garden, I’m not getting the growth patterns, the yields. My tomatoes and my cucumbers are not growing. They’re really little and they have brown spots on them and there just don’t...

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5 Common Tomato Plant Problems And How To Fix Them

Growing tomatoes for the first time? You may run into a few problems with your plants as they flourish and grow. In this guide from The Soil King, we’ll take a look at 5 of the most common tomato plant problems – and how you can prevent or avoid them.   Blossom End RotYour tomatoes appear healthy – but when they ripen, you start to notice an ugly black patch on the bottom, and the inside is mealy when they’re cut open. This is called “blossom end rot” and happens when your plants aren’t getting enough calcium, or the pH is too low for proper calcium absorption. Make sure your plants have soil with proper nutrients and a pH of...

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What To Plant In Your Garden In June

June is the prime growing season for a wide variety of vegetables, fruits, and flowers. Not sure what you should be planting in your garden right now? Read on to get a few suggestions from the team at The Soil King.   BeansBeans are a great option for June plantings. They grow quickly in warm soil, and since they’re not frost-resistant, it’s a good idea to wait until the soil temperature is consistently above 50 to 60° F before planting. They grow quickly, and some varieties can provide you with a crop in 35-45 days. Take a look at the beans available in your nearest garden center – a few varieties we recommend are Midori Giant Soybeans, French Garden Beans,...

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What is The Difference Between Baby Rootz and Big Roots?

    Hi, I’m Soil King. Welcome to our Victory Garden this year. In this episode, we’re going to talk about the difference between Baby Rootz and its big brother Big Rootz.  All of Big Rootz design soils, we go through a two year beta test so we can get the design mix perfect. So when it gets to you, it’s a ready to grow soil. Big Rootz uses what’s called pumice stone, which is a hard stone piece of lava. The benefits of this is that all your biology uses as a condominium for microbial development. Yeah, they do their thing inside that pumice stone and it multiplies. The other benefit to pumice stone is that it’s a mineral...

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