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Seems pretty expensive compared to other options.
I built a solar dehydrator for much less, with much more capacity, and zero operating cost.
There are many other nitrogen fixing plants. They are worth growing.
Some of my favorites are:
Black Locust (can be invasive)
Autumn Olive (can be invasive, OK to plant if it is endemic in your area)
Also, N-fixers are often mixed with an innoculant before planting. It’s not 100% necessary as the bacteria may already be present, but it ensures good N-fixing.
Often they are planted as sacrificial plants, even the perennials.
I thought it was worth a try.
All this virtual stuff is worth nothing compared to real, on the ground relationships.
Maybe someone will speak up still…