Mike, would you mind checking who the author of the book is? I think it's the book I read years ago, "Liquid Gold: The Lore And Logic Of Using Urine To Grow Plants" by Carol Steinfeld https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1080214.Liquid_Gold (simply the English version!)
Mike Lafay wrote:As long as you are not dripping in medication and chemical, your urine should be OK to be used in the garden. Salt is not a problem, it would even tend to be a reasonable source of it (source: the book "Lurine, de l'or liquide au jardin).
Ralph Sluder wrote:Maybe this is a good thing.
Every day folk will look at their food supply through a different lens after skyrocketing prices, grow more of their food and attempt to learn ways of enriching their soil.
When they see you next door eating fresh food day after day we can explain to them how they can do it too.
The more people eating locally sourced food, the better off our world will be.
Jay Angler wrote:the fertilizer shortage