Brenda Groth wrote:OK toward the end of the book it did get a little creepy, but I also ran across some really great information..it was worth the read and the bucks
Tyler Ludens wrote:I would worry about how the high frequency sounds would affect animals in the area, especially bats!
I called the local nursery today to ask if they have rock dust. They didn't even know what I was talking about.......
Greta Fields wrote:I Just discovered WHY Steiner buried manure in cow horns and planted them in dirt or compost piles: Cow horns contain microbes which, with manure, multiply like crazy in a pile of compost. I also read about using the innards of some animals to add to compost because they contain microbes that soil needs. It apparently has to do with seeding microbes into compost, so it is no more creepy really than buying a package of nitrogen-fixing bacteria at the farm supply store!
Always look on the bright side of life. At least this ad is really tiny:
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