Sergio Santoro wrote:Isn't the point with permaculture that you mulch with weeds, and if they come back more power to you?
Sergio Santoro wrote:And by react you mean neutralize on the spot?
Sergio Santoro wrote:Yes, but if I drench the soil in it, it must also kill the fungi as it permeates everything. Or you are saying the fungi will take a certain amount of time to be killed and the peroxide will be neutralized much faster?
Leila Rich wrote:
Here's a link to some open-pollinated, wilt resistant tomatoes. (No such thing as immune, apparently)
Sergio Santoro wrote:What does that entail? I hope not spreading the soil of a bed thin under the sun, because the rainy season has just begun...
John Polk wrote:Be forewarned: solar cooking your soil can also kill a lot of your worms and soil microbes.
If it gets hot enough to kill the weed seeds, a lot of beneficials will also die.
EDITED to add: 'Sterile' soil is lifeless. Lifeless soil is more commonly called dirt.
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