So I'm growing anual plants with a very short vegatative period that would benefit from a N boost. I planted them in 5' inch pots with regular potting soil and sowed 4-5 beans at the same time (but just learned beans are poor fixators http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_a/a-129.pdf) in hopes for some nitrogen fixation as green manure. I was hoping to chop n' drop once the beans started flowering but it might be too late, how long will it take from the chop n' drop till the main plant uses the nitrogen from the leftover rhizobium and mulched plant matter?
mmm I think you are right, Im sorry about the caps, I guess I just got very annoyed. I don't think she is an attention hore however, not only that atleast, I think these people actually think this, and with reasonable discussion could change their minds.
Hi, I've been meaning to join this forum for a while as I have been an absolute advocate of permaculture for about a year now, I hope to learn and share as much as possible and I-m happy to now be part of this fantastic community.
One of the things that makes me push permaculture is the nonsense flying around peoples heads even amidst so much trouble in the world, things like this video...
I couldnt believe what this crazy !@#$ is talking about?! now this is what happens when you go to university to study philosophy... you become an ivory tower morron, but this has just gone too far! I tried to tackle this nonsense on the yt comments, and I was going to start a series of comments but I think I got blocked just from the first one.... yeah thats the way to arrive at truth! always oppose ideas that dont fit yours!