These are the words from Matt Slaughter, owner of Earth Fort labs in Corvallis, Oregon: "I see no red flags at all in either of the tests. The compost blend is bacterial dominated, has good protozoa counts, great nematode populations. The leaf compost has a very high fungal count which is very good. This compost is so strong in microbes that it is suited as a treatment for soil that is out of balance with its microbes. This compost would make an ideal base for making compost teas. I would suggest combining the compost blend with the leaf compost to create a fungal and microbial balanced compost."
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