The only difference is the 8 weeks of Sunn Hemp growth shredded into the soil.Did you add potassium or something? It went way up.
I don't see the nutrient density on the test. Not sure I understand what they are getting at but isn't that the nutrients that go into say a potato to consume and the nutrients have to be in the ground which is what the soil test is about.p.s. What did you think of that "Nutrient Density" before and after?
The nutrient density is behind a button on next page...which you can't see photo.
I found that extremely interesting and I want to do more reading on the subject specifically "Multiple studies conducted to determine the nutritional content of crops indicate that, over the last 50 years, the nutrient density of food has fallen considerably. The depletion of nutrients in soils over time, without appropriate replenishment, has led to a decline in nutrients present in crops and thus caused a decline in dietary nutrients in humans. "
Very much exactly why I believe so strongly in soil replenishment.
I've always understood too much Nitrogen is bad.
And also wondering if you let this bloom will it mess up Hemp grown for THC?
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