I use laterite earth, compost, the seeds and mix it up
with liquid EM. I do not store the balls for later
use. As soon as the balls are ready, maybe in a day
or two, I will place them out into the fields.
However, I ALWAYS seed during rainy seasons. In my
experience, seed balls dry out very fast due to the
lack of protection from sun, wind and low humidity,
and will not work without regular watering (more than
normal) or without some form of cover (eg mulch of
dried grass, etc.). But if seeded during rainy
season, my rate of success is high, and the savings in
labour is worthwhile.
--- "Gloria C. Baikauskas" <gcb49@...
> HS.....Glad to see you here.
> Would you please explain the process you use to make
> your seedballs?
> Many of the folks on this list have had
> problems....read not had
> success with them. I think your use of EMs might be
> one of the keys
> that would help them.
> Folks, HS has a very large free range chicken
> operation in Malaysia.
> He uses......well......he can tell you what he uses
> seedballs for
> better than I can. His chickens are very
> healthy.....and he has
> found something that works well to fight and cure
> the poultry
> diseases plaguing us all these days.
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