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TOPIC: Plant emergence in northern Indiana

Re:Plant emergence in northern Indiana 5 years 4 months ago #22556

Nice looking 3 leafers and looks like you got a good rain.

Is that white stuff in that last pic - Gypsum ?

I put down near 700 lbs back mid Feb.

TNhunter

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Re:Plant emergence in northern Indiana 5 years 4 months ago #22557

It's just naturally occurring bio matter and minerals, I didn't add anything except some weed killer last summer a few months before planting...really rich loamy soil here even in the woods, it's so good a local university operates a research farm just a few miles from here for that very reason

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Re:Plant emergence in northern Indiana 5 years 4 months ago #22566

The white stuff could be the mycorrhizal fungi before they spread out with the warming season.

I see that stuff in my area as well, and later in the season, it's \"snaked out\" thru out the soils.

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Re:Plant emergence in northern Indiana 5 years 4 months ago #22567

Standing out there ya don't really see it, thought it was just light reflecting off the rain that had fallen, that being said if it is a fungus should I spray for it just to be safe?

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