Gilbert Fritz wrote:This leaves the salt in the soil. Eventually, you have disaster. I can't see any flaws in this argument. Can anybody else? Can we somehow solve the flaws of irrigation, at least partially? Even the most dedicated permie sometimes wants to add some water to things. (If anybody here NEVER waters and lives in a climate with less then 15 inches of rain, let me know what you do!)
Gilbert Fritz wrote:Let's say that you ate the vegetables etc. yourself and didn't export them, and recycled all humanure. Then of course, you would be adding even more salt from your diet.
Andrew Parker wrote:You have to keep the salt in solution and moving on.