I Hack This Site To Convert A message From Syria To the World
We don't attack any one, we just defend on our country and ourlselves
In respone to your government's support of terrorist cells, Located in several cities in Syria, kidnap and kill Syrians, and implement the most heinous massacres, Sush as the Hula massacre with killed 108 perople, include 50 children, mostly under the age of ten
We Hack this Site as a clear message that we send by the name of the great Syrian people to the Government of your country
Stop killing the Syrians because history will not forgive and will never foget
We Are All With our leader Bahsar Al-Asaad
تم اختراق لتوجيه رسالة من سورية الى العالم
نحن لا نعتدي على احد انما ندافع عن انفسنا وارضنا
ردا على قيام حكومتكم بدعم الخلايا الارهابية المنتشرة في سوريةالتي تخطف وتقتل السوريين الابرياء وتنفذ بحقهم ابشع المجازر والتي كان ابرزها مجزرة الحولة التي ادت الى سقوط 108 قتيلا منهم 50 طفلا معظمهم دون سن العاشرة
قمنا باختراق هذا الموقع ليكون رسالةواضحة تنبعث باسم الشعب السوري العظيم الى حكومة بلادكم
توقفوا عن قتل السوريين فالتاريخ لن يسامح ولن ينسى ..
نحن جميعا مع الرئيس بشار الاسد
I should have done this rather than posting. I just looked it up online. Here's what I found...
"Are additives containing bacteria selected to grow quickly and dominate the bacterial population in the silage. Traditional inoculants contain homofermentative LAB, e.g. Lactobacillus plantarum, Pediococcus spp., to increase lactic acid production and so increase the rate of pH drop and decrease the production of acetic and butyric acids. Newer inoculants have been developed containing bacteria proven as aerobic stability enhancers, e.g. Lactobacillus buchneri, either on their own or in combination with the traditional inoculant organisms. "
Sounds nothing close to organic to me, "newer ones have been developed" no thanks, I'll stick to compost and organic fertilizer. Maybe a nitrogen boost toward the end.
At the risk of sounding highly un-technical, the inoculants add GOOD thingamajigs to the soil in the spot where you want peas & beans to grow if you haven't planted these things in that spot before.
If you HAVE planted those things in that spot before, it is said that you don't NEED to inoculate again since the thingamajigs are already there, although I have heard people who do it every year anyway, just to be sure.
Inoculating is supposed to increase your yield--I hadn't heard that it really did anything else.
I realize this is an old post but I just happened upon it. Legumes do fix nitrogen in the soil; however, they require certain types of beneficial bacteria to do it. If you've never grown legumes in your soil, the bacteria won't be very plentiful; hence the need for an inoculant the first year. Unless you solarize your soil or something, though, they will still be present after that, though it never hurts to add them again. You put some in a bag with your pea seeds, shake it up and then plant them - the inoculant sticks to the seeds. I've done it before and it definitely made a difference in how well the peas grew and produced.
I think the "new development" just means they've grown out cultures of bacteria selectively to select for the best ones for the job.