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Soil is cooking folks... Insane levels of biology in these latest batches. Since I last updated the community I've gone to a lot of effort to source the best compost and castings available... By far in Victoria. Castings are made in clean, controlled raised bins in aged regenerative horse manure (not race horse) and aged used nursery cocopeat. They are fed a diet of coffee grounds... Super clean, beautiful product, the most fungi I've ever found in a vermicast sample to date. Compost is made exclusively from woodchips, grapemark, seaweed, lake grass and horse manure... And is at least 8 months old, completely mesophilic by the time it is used in our soil. We have a real nice mechanical mixing process now that allows all nutritional amendments to be really nicely homogeneous through peat and ultimately throughout the medium. I'd like to think y'all can grow some beautiful plants in this living soil.