Growing Herbs is easy
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great tips.thanks for sharing.
what does she mean when she says there’s not a lot of minerals here???
true story..dog poop chicken,poop,one scoop of cow poop,just one! raw
tomatoes,banana peals,half pound of roaches dead or alive,one shovel of
horse poop, all the egg shells you want because they have good minerals and
your not going to belive it human poop at least one pound no more! mix it
up real good and you will have the best vegetable garden in the world! my
cousin was a vegetaian so I got the human poop from him, he is avalable he
sells his poop for $30 BUCKS an ounce his #is 806 7860098
Here, here! It’s good to hear someone else preaching the good word.
Hardwood leaves are one of the best things you can add to compost for
replacing minerals in garden soil. They’re way cheaper than rock dust plus
they add organic matter that improves soil texture and maintains a healthy
the woman in this film also goes videos about keeping chickens for the meat
and eggs. i have heard that chicken poop is very good for the compost .
Did she sieve that compost or something? It looks very dry and crumbly and
fine. My compost is usually well rotted but usually has one or two well
rotted lumps in it.
Google or wikipedia accumulator plants.
Thank You! I just started my compost pile and i needed to see what it looks
like when its finished! I cant wait to have homemade compost!
Everything I’ve heard strongly discourages use of cat/dog and human feces.
Chicken, cow and horse manure are best for the high nitrogen content in it.
@songwriter806 thats like 90 dollers a turd , dam , how does he make shit
that cheap ?
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Since there is plant matter ( gourds etc… ) in your compost, then there
will be minerals in your finished compost. Especially if what was put into
it came from deep rooted plants like trees. All plants consist of some
amount of minerals. Accumulator plants will of course have more.
The soil is made up of broken down plant material and minerals which come
from broken down rocks. Compost is just the plant material. I think that’s
what she’s saying.
Thanks for the advice!
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