Thanks I will goggle that book right away, lets see why that link didn't work> http://www.megagro.com/seed-germination-products.htm I believe a good dose of the humic acids will stimulate the root growth and then later inoculate with mycorrhizal fungi. A fungal link: http://www.premiertech.com/myke/mycorise/ Mycorrhizal fungi has been show to slow the progression of the verticillium fungi and it is not very susceptible to the anti-fungal Phyton 27, albeit it will knock it back if a drench is done well and deep. Phyton has been show to be very effective when uses just as foliar spray. If the dosage is reduced it is also a good fungicide for seeds beds. OK lets see if this link works, this is a hum dingier of a site: http://www.livearth.com/ ain'tcolors nice! I guess I can only put in one link or something.