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Agriculture Protocols and Questions

Livestock General Questions


I have a 1:128 medicator. What is the ratio for EM-1 to water for this to be supplied in a water line. The medicator will be used for animals: For more details refer to the individual animal protocol category (cattle, swine, poultry, equine, etc.)

Swine Protocol

For swine it is generally recommended that you use: Sw300, Apc500, and Wt1000 Common Questions: Useful Links: TeraGanix Pro Labels Apc500 Label For a more detailed protocol and training please forward customer information to a reseller or

Crop Protocol - General

Agricultural crop protocols can vary widely depending on crop type and goal of the operation. Most commonly crop operations use Ag1000. Apc500 and Wt1000 can also be used for cleaning and water treatment.  Common Questions: I am going to apply your

Poultry Protocol

For poultry it is generally recommended that you use: Lt1000 and Ps300 for a full probiotic protocol. Apc500 can also be used in an operation for an all-purpose cleaning including machinery and Wt1000 for any water treatment needs. Common

Livestock Bedding

We have aprox.150 sheep in a barn with a cement floor. We bed often with clean oat straw allowing a manure pack to develop. Animals are in the barn for the 6 months of winter. We are looking for a product that can be applied to the bedding to

Irrigation Dosing Systems

The goal is to run Ag1000 continuously in water at a 1:2000 ratio.  If using a 1:128 dosing unit this will equal 1 quart Ag1000 to 5 gallons of water. I'm interested in your EM-1 for agricultural applications. I am wondering if the bacteria and

Ceramics in Agriculture or Plant Growth

I am interested in possible use of your ceramics in agriculture to enrich soils. I am concerned that the N Type Ceramics are advertised as being useful to 'remove nitrogen from aquariums, hot tubs, and pools.' What exactly happens to the nitrogen

Hay crop application

With a hay crop (mixed grasses), the website says to apply 5 gallons per acre per cutting. I presume that this would be applied after a cutting has come off? Also, would this need to utilize the same 1:1,000 dilution rate that you mentioned in the

Cattle Protocol

For cattle it is generally recommended that you use: Ca300, Fb300, and Apc500 for a full probiotic protocol. Wt1000 can also be used for any waste water lagoons. Common Questions: What is the safety of the products? All products are safe to use

Is the yeast Pseudozyma churashimaensis in. EM1? a study in S. Korea shows it elicits systemic defense of pepper against bacterial and viral pathogens

No, EM1 does not contain that particular strain of yeast.  However, EM1 has been shown to greatly help peppers, increasing yield and health.  You can find many articles about how EM1 can help on our website:   https://www.teraganix.com/search

Does EM1 work on fire blight in Pear Trees?

I don't have research specific to fire blight on pear trees, but EM-1 is effective against disease. EM was developed by agricultural scientist, Dr Higa. Using EM-1 as a foliar spray as well as adding to irrigation system will greatly benefit the

EM Seed Treatment with Mycotic Bacteria

I use myctoic bacteria when I start seeds, and than again when I add the sprouts to soil. My question is: "Will this hurt the mycotic bacteria, or be a nice addition to this program"? Which mycotic bacteria are you using?  Are you speaking of

EM-1 use in compost windrows of manure

EM-1 is a great in large compost windrows of any waste. Depending on size, please refer customer to Ag1000 or at least Activated EM.   https://www.teraganix.com/blogs/garden-solutions-blog-home-page/commercial-agriculture-solutions-composting Cost

Using Plant Waste - can it create an FPE or Bokashi?

I am trying to develop a system to recover nutrients from plant waste without the addition of foreign material from thousands of miles away. I have place all green leaf from harvest of 8000 sq ft canopy into several covered containers that reduced

If I create a compost pile, should the carbon/nitrogen ratio be the same as a regular compost or is it different with since it is fermented with bokashi? 

We still recommend a good carbon/nitrogen ratio, but it does not have to be as precise as with a normal static pile of compost.  The fermented product will help regulate the carbon/nitrogen ratio as well as the pH.