Inoculant Organic for Peanuts 8 Ounce Package from The Dirty Gardener
WHAT IS AN INOCULANT? An inoculant is a highly effective form of Rhizobia bacteria that, when placed in close proximity to a legume seed at planting, stimulates the formation of nitrogen-bearing "nodules" on the roots. Common legumes are: clover, alfalfa, garden beans, garden peas, fava beans, soybeans, peanuts, lespedeza, lentils, lupine, and vetch. When tilled in following seasonal maturity and returned to the soil, these nodules add readily and easily assimilable nitrogen. Inoculation is a low-cost way to ensure nodulation in an environmentally safe manner.
- Peanut Inoculant
- Treats up to 50# of Seed
- Fast Shipping from The Dirty Gardener
- 8 oz package