This is a lab test results from November 2022. We are harvesting from the Long Pile Bin. The Garden Bin will be the next to harvest then the Hoop House will be ready In April 2023.
This sample is from 28 month old Johnson/Su compost. It was made from tree leaves and has had worms working it for over 18 months. I discussed this report with the Regen Ag Lab in Nebraska that ran the test. The compost tested very high on a scale of all composts which include thermophilic and Johnson/Su. The protozoa count is high which means good recycling of bacteria into a nitrogetn the plants can use. There is a high level of biology in fungal and bacterial strains. The technician declined to put the commets into writing but said the sample provided indicated one of the best compost he had ever seen. l was very encourage and excited by the review. I have spent quite a bit of money to prove to myself we have a viable and valuable product that farmers can rely on to make a positve change on their farms.
Genetic Test of Compost
This is a genetic test of the fungi and bacteria in a sample of Colville Compost in March 2023 This is very detailed. This is a summary of the results from an agronomist at Biome Makers. On page one the scale for biodiversity seems to be low. But for comparison, Biome Makers said most compost tests near 0 and no compost or soil tested has been higher than 7 on this scale. This shows a very high diversity for compost. The agronomist stated this is an exceptional compost which will make a difference in germination and plant health.
Agronomist / Product Specialist