Lacy Adams

Lacy Adams

Nov 07, 2018

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About This Project

For my Masters in Environmental Science, I am using compost and compost tea on athletic field turfgrass to see if it can successfully be used in place of traditional chemical maintenance. This would not only directly improve the soil and plant health as hypothesized by Dr. Elaine Ingham (Soil Foodweb Inc, 2018), but would also benefit the student athletes, university, environment.


Ingham - http://www.soilfoodweb.com

Blast off!

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