Ep.56 Adding Biogenic Amorphous Silica To Soil - Nick Clayton (Mineral Magic) GIVEAWAY

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Biogenic Amorphous Silica is a natural product that offers an impressive array of benefits when added to any soil type or potting medium. Nick Clayton is a Co-Founder of a company called Mineral Magic which is mining and distributing BAS in Australia, and in this episode he helps us understand why we might consider purchasing some to help give our soils water retaining and drainage as well as provide plant-available silica for our plants.
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