john muckleroy jr

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since Feb 10, 2012
I'm 55,male living in the woods,off the grid which is a polite way of saying no running water or electricity.me and my 3 dogs and 5 cats trying to figure out a way to survive in these times.I do work in town,been at the same job for 20 years.I own my land and love the woods don't like the rat race.The whole world needs to detool and retool we're going the wrong way.Just found this site,it looks interesting.Didn't think there was anyone else like me.
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Recent posts by john muckleroy jr

So far I've found the Jerusalem Artichoke.Are there any others?
1 year ago
Which variety of Jerusalem artichokes are best for bees?In fact are Jerusalem artichokes good for bees?Where is the best place to buy tubers?
1 year ago
I'm about to grow wheat and barley for juicing and I want to know if I use seed that has already been inoculated will that be a good idea or should I get seed that has not been inoculated?I'm wondering about poisoning myself.
4 years ago
I have read that it is best to not allow a first year comfrey plant to flower because it will weaken the plant.I did this to my Russian 14 plants and I wondered would you also do this to the seeded variety of comfrey?I've never allowed my russian 14 plants to flower and they are doing great.
4 years ago
If I plant the 3 varieties of comfrey together is there a danger of them crossing?
4 years ago
I found the seeded variety at horizon herbs and I was wondering if it is something I would want to grow.I have the russian variety already.Would it be ok to nix the two?I'm using it for earthworm food and livestock food and composting.
4 years ago
How often can you cut comfrey?How close to the ground do you cut it?
4 years ago
Vegetarians don't live longer,it just seems longer.
5 years ago
I just bought 50lbs. of Canadian Trapper Peas at the feed store for my chickens.I just wondered if humans can eat them also.Kind of sounds like a dumb question but as they say the dumb question is the one that you don't ask.Also,while I'm on the subject can humans eat Austrian Winter peas and Iron Clay peas?
5 years ago
It is horse manure that I have had in a round wire bin for over a year.It has hay and sand in it also but not much.