Anyone know where I can find a general soil fertility profile for typical ABG mix?
Not to mention that the ABG is actually very fertile. All my plants explode on the stuffDoesn't exist as far as I know, because batch to batch it would all be different. But thats not really an issue, because most rainforest are actually very infertile, and tropical plants are used to dealing with that. Plus there's a ton of bio load that accumulates via frog poop, decaying leaf matter and waste from inverts not to mention all he random fungi and bacteria.
That's the composite of it. Oxygen promotes fast growth. Any soil that compacts is not going to helpful. Abg is pretty non compact type of "soil". Most of it doesn't have much on the way of being "rich". Like frog party said.Not to mention that the ABG is actually very fertile. All my plants explode on the stuff
I understand that but don't you think there are still a decent amount of nutrients in it? It seems so to me when growing other things in it.The goal of ABG is to provide a soil with excellent moisture retention while promoting drainage, NOT to be an extremely fertile soil