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RE: compost - to pee or not to pee (Follow-Up #60)

posted by: gunna on 09.03.2008 at 11:21 am in Soil Forum

Fear mongers,fear not. Instead educate yourself! Read the master on compost Sir Albert Howard's books. Urine is essential for a proper nitrogen to carbon ballance. As far as "fear" in high levels of ( harmful) bacteria in urine is unfounded. (clean catch techique) Are you for real. The reality is that we are surrounded by bacteria that is essential for life. your biggest fear should be that you don't eat a proper diet of nutritious organic food to boost your immune system. Then you can withstand pathogens or common (harmful)e.coli that make up only a fractune of the many harmless e.coli. Lets face it the corporate goverment controlled schools have dumbed the american people down so severely that all you can do is fake it! You don't get an edcation by reading small government articles put out by corrupt government agencies. (E.P.A),(F.D.A)ect.It takes many hours of study. WAKE UP! Listen to the founding farthers! Don't trust goverment, trust in yourselves. Feel free to urinate on your compost! As one american dictator once said the only thing you have to fear, is fear itself or F.D.R himself.


clipped on: 09.03.2008 at 08:01 pm    last updated on: 09.03.2008 at 08:01 pm

RE: which meal? (Follow-Up #11)

posted by: lou_midlothian_tx on 01.21.2008 at 08:20 am in Organic Gardening Forum

You are so clueless Kim.


clipped on: 02.19.2008 at 11:02 pm    last updated on: 08.04.2008 at 04:18 am

RE: adding weeds to compost (Follow-Up #3)

posted by: kimmsr on 06.04.2008 at 06:56 am in Soil Forum

"Weeds" can be added to the compost pile, with care. Some of the more invasive "weeds" should have the roots and any seeds removed before plunking them in and some that easily root from the stems, Ivy for example, need to be buried really deeply in the pile to keep them from spreading. But there is some research today that indicates even the "weed" seeds that are buried in the pile loose viability over time.


"there is some research"... no references given.
clipped on: 08.02.2008 at 01:34 pm    last updated on: 08.02.2008 at 01:35 pm

RE: Mycorise?? (Follow-Up #13)

posted by: rhizo_1 on 03.28.2008 at 03:05 pm in Organic Gardening Forum

Oh, I meant to add that plants within the brassicaceae do not host mycorrhizae, period. Just so you know, kimmsr.


clipped on: 03.28.2008 at 11:54 pm    last updated on: 03.28.2008 at 11:55 pm

Go to Cointainer forum (Follow-Up #12)

posted by: lou_midlothian_tx on 03.26.2008 at 01:23 pm in Organic Gardening Forum

Please go to Container forum. This topic has been covered many times. Better information too by someone who actually knows one or two things more than someone like Horrayfornuts and Kim-know-it-all.


clipped on: 03.28.2008 at 11:48 pm    last updated on: 03.28.2008 at 11:48 pm