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In the interest of speeding nutrient cycling, could one plant willow or comfrey directly in a container of humanure and carbon?
Top with cardboard and stones to keep out pests,maybe  something to keep rain water off ,don't want leachates,right?

This could be in addition to composting worms,etc.
 
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