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 You Know You are a Compost Whacko When.......
This thread came from the Soil, Compost and Mulch forum. Don't laugh too much - if you are a serious gardener these symptoms will soon be appearing in you. Enjoy. You Know You are a Compost Whacko When....... Posted by ryanzone7 profess
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 What are the Benefits of Aerated Compost Teas vs. Classic Teas?
Aerated compost teas are the latest in scientific organic research today. In many ways, aerated teas offer greater immediate benefits than classic compost, manure, or other homemade foliar teas. Just by applying a cheap aquarium air pump to a 5 gal
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 Where can you get Cheap Natural Fertilizers and Soil Amendments?
One of our composting experts and friends on this site, David Hall (DcHall_San_Antonio), recently gave a great list of some of the major benefits from soil high in organic matter: ************************************************************
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 What is the real difference between Compost and Humus?
This discussion has come up many times on this site on the Soil/Compost and Organic Gardening forums. When is organic matter 'compost and when is it humus? Here are some of the responses by some of our OG experts and friends on this site. The fo
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 Are All Animal Manures Safe for an Organic Garden ?
What do you do with animal manures in an organic garden? Frequently many people ask questions about the use of animal manures in their gardening schemes. Thousands of years ago, the ancient organic farmers used animal manures as a mandatory and e
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 A Brief Intro to Composting
Types of Composting The first question many beginners ask is 'What is the best bin?' The first question should be, 'What do you want to do?' Look at what materials you want to get rid of or have access to, and how much compost you want or need
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 Use of human urine?
       • Posted by: Tennessee on Tue, Jun 7, 05 at 23:42
              • 128 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Apr 9, 14 at 17:47
I just read an article about a woman who saves her urine to use on her plants. I think she was China. What is the benefit of urine? Also, someone I know said that horse manure from the horse stall was good because it had urine in it. Fol
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 Using my urine to fertilize lawn?
       • Posted by: gbig2 6-PA KBG on Thu, May 1, 08 at 8:28
              • 78 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Feb 1, 14 at 23:39
I've done the math and it will cost me $500 a year to fertilize my acre lawn with SBM. I've read that human urine is about %5-%10 nitrogen, and we produce 1-2 liters per day. Can someone help with the math here... If I saved all my urine each da
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 Urine..Is this true?
Ok..I can't believe I am here asking this,
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 Dog urine
       • Posted by: terryb - 5 on Mon, Nov 20, 00 at 23:51
              • 79 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Dec 28, 13 at 16:47
I have a new lawn and a new dog. They are not getting along! Every place she pees the grass is dying. Any solutions? Thanks! Follow-Up Postings: RE: Dog urine Posted by: Diane - 5 ( georgediane@sympatico.ca ) on Tue, Nov 21, 00 at 16
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 Water
Am still less than a year online, so perspective limited. Another poster mentioned water pH, which reminded me of the popularization of
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 Questions about urine in compost
       • Posted by: PianoFury Florida Zone 9 on Wed, May 16, 12 at 15:17
              • 47 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, May 23, 12 at 15:50
I have never used urine in compost before, but I need a Nitrogen source. I read that human urine is NPK around 18-2-5 which sounds like rocket fuel for composting (super concentrated green matter). I tried to search the archives, but spent hours
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 Urine as Fertilizer
       • Posted by: gooseberryfool Zone 6b on Wed, Jan 5, 11 at 11:44
              • 69 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Aug 2, 13 at 11:36
I am looking into this and would love for those who use urine as fertilizer to join in. Please, if you have nothing good to say about it, don't bother posting, I just want to talk with those who are familiar or interested in it to participate.
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 Yellow lawn from pet urine
       • Posted by: tgerak on Tue, Aug 23, 05 at 20:09
              • 36 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Feb 22, 13 at 10:05
HELP! I'm a relatively new organic gardener, and am moving from the compost bin and the garden toward the lawn. I have two wonderful dogs, and have yellow patches in the grass from their favorite bathroom spots. What is the best way to neutraliz
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 Cider Vinegar for weight loss?
       • Posted by: Jennifer on Fri, Jul 21, 00 at 22:06
              • 159 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Jun 6, 11 at 21:49
I was recently in a health food store and I overheard a conversation regarding the use of cider vinegar tablets to aid weight loss. I remember my grandmother telling me that if you drank a glass of cider vinegar that it would help you lose weight.
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 One of the best resipe in Organic Gardening
       • Posted by: valerie_ru on Fri, Oct 16, 09 at 17:18
              • 150 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Apr 14, 10 at 16:54
It is also very CHEAP and can be made in unlimited quantities. So, recipe: Take 1 tablespoon of rye flour and put in 1 gallon of water. Wait 2-3 days untill it become WHITE colour. Shake it sometimes. That's all. The stuff is called
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 Greywater
       • Posted by: Pookiesmom on Sun, May 19, 02 at 1:38
              • 38 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Dec 31, 10 at 20:38
So glad to see this forum. I have been devoring the series Creating an Oasis from Greywater (How to be build, Everything your contractor needs to know about graywater, etc. ) I wish I knew more about plumbing, had more slope to my lot and that
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 'Detox', 'cleanses' and quick fixes
Some timely articles on the craze for purging supposed toxins from one's body through fasts and
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 vermicompost tea
       • Posted by: gmw1 on Thu, Jun 10, 10 at 19:16
              • 28 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Jun 29, 10 at 9:10
equipment needed is an airstone with a motor, I presume, a bucket with a lid, and vermicompost and water, plus some molasses. Is there anything else I need to make this? I am ready to harvest the compost, but can't remember the equipment necessary
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 Sustainable Fertilizer: Urine And Wood Ash Produce Large Harvest
       • Posted by: anney on Thu, Sep 17, 09 at 8:29
              • 11 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Sep 20, 09 at 12:49
ScienceDaily (Sep. 17, 2009) Results of the first study evaluating the use of human urine mixed with wood ash as a fertilizer for food crops has found that the combination can be substituted for costly synthetic fertilizers to produce bumper cr
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