Ken Miller

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Vashon, WA
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Here is a long video on wood chips that my be ofinteest.



Ken
5 years ago
Here is a group that might help with answers.

http://biochar.bioenergylists.org/node/1835

Ken
5 years ago
The links do not work for me either.
5 years ago
@M.K.
As I understand, azomite comes from mines in Utah. Would not know of anyplace to get it free. Have you tried Concentrates near Portland? They carry it along with many different supplements. Great place to visit.

http://www.concentratesnw.com/
5 years ago
Here is another informative article on wood chips, which to use and other info.
As I said before, I have been to Paul Gautschi's place and spoken with him. He is very open and knowledgeable about what he does. You can even call him, his number is listed on the film and also on the web site.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/97216016/Chipped-Wood
5 years ago
Last fall I laid down wood chips on several beds. Where I planted garlic, it's coming up strong and looking better than in past seasons. There is good research conducted at Laval University in Canada on this subject. There are folks here on Permies who have been using chips for several years with good results and have not had the problems with nitrogen depletion. The information I have read, and more interesting, is my visit to Paul's place who was in the video. He has never had any nitrogen problem. Google his name and look at the videos, he explains so much about what he is doing. Makes sense, follow nature.

Here is a link that may be of help.

http://www.dirtdoctor.com/view_org_research.php?id=69
5 years ago
What happened to zerofossilfuels past post?
6 years ago
Nice looking piles of chips and leaves. Are you being affected with the storm?

I live on an island in Puget Sound of Washington State and we have a temperate climate. My garlic is coming up very nice in the wood chips. They have a deep green color and look strong!
6 years ago
Do a search: wood chips are our friends. You will find the other links there too.
6 years ago