Dale Hodgins wrote:In some places there may be legalities.
I have used a wide array of seaweed.
Some places clean up large amounts of seaweed from swimming beaches. You might want to see if this is being done anywhere near you. They might have a big pile somewhere, that you could benefit from.
Port Authorities and marinas sometimes clean up seaweed.
carl gibson wrote:
Oh I just remembered I read somewhere about old time farmers in Scotland, they used to harvest very large amounts of seaweed, and spread it on their fields.
Dale Hodgins wrote:Whenever I hear about that seed of corn to a fish thing, I assume that they were fishing for certain types of good eating fish and in the process got a bunch of bony trash fish as a by catch. It's hard to imagine anyone putting perfectly good fish in the ground. It's probably just as likely that these holes were filled with heads, backs and guts after fish were filleted.
On bad smells. Just about every bad smell in nature is protein-based. This means that if you can smell something bad, your nitrogen is becoming airborne and leaving the farm.