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  • Jonathan Kandell
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 9, 2002
      <<We all seem to agree that Elaine Ingham's work on soil
      organisms and culture is important, practical and
      worth applying. Certainly she is one scientist willing
      to accept open-ended complexity rather than purely
      reductive analysis.>>

      I don't really agree, actually. According to Ingham you need to use an
      aquarium pump (or much more expensive equipment) to make compost tea
      properly. Certainly this goes against Fukuoka's spirit. Nature doesn't use
      aquarium pumps.

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