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There is a learning curve to this stuff and it is easy to make mistakes when you first start making these microbial inputs. Another solution is to buy something that has been made ready for you. Many companies offer microbial products in a liquid or a dry powder form. These can be great ways to boost both populations and diversity. If you have a microscope (~$500) then you can experiment with creating your own compost/castings/extracts/teas and feel good about using the best possible inoculant. However, if you donâ€™t have the time or interest in learning how to make these inputs, then check out a packaged microbial product like Happy Tree Microbes.