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OK, I dont want to beat this in the ground, and I dont even know if anyone
is even interested, but I felt obligated to post this correction, email I
got from them today:
"Robert, my face is damned red this morning. I was discussing this issue
with our chemist this morning. He was puzzled: he told me that there was
1.5% w/w Nitrogen in Yamato Green-N, and he didn't understand why anyone
would consider that too little. ...1.5%??? I looked at the temporary
labels we're using, and suddenly discovered there is an error on the label
in the amount of Nitrogen being reported in Yamato Green-N. The label says
label SHOULD READ 1.5%! Somehow the decimal point got moved 1 place."
So I guess this is considerably more nitrogen, but does this change the
argument that trace and macro shouldnt be mixed? At least I feel more
confident in my own observation that it improved my plants noticably.
Robert Paul H