kylemittskus wrote:That makes sense. However, burying a horn (12 inches long?) isn't going to attract enough flora to affect a vineyard that is acres. And even if there was enough flora attracted, how would they make sure the flora was evenly distributed among the many rows of vines?
He did say that the crap in the horn was a starter for the compost heap. It doesn't take much yeast to start a loaf of bread. A hornfull of starter would probably do wonderful things for a heap of compost.
2013: 64btl. Crusher Orange wine (8 Btl), Terra Bella Cab (4 Btl), Wellington Victory (4 btl), Winesmith Chard (12 Btl), Ardente Cab (12Btl), McClean Syrah (12 bot)' Arcadian Syrah (4 Btl), Mir-Hanna Cab (4 Btl), Toothstejnn (4 Btl)
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