Randy Tipton

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Here's a study out of the Philippines:

http://pubs.iclarm.net/Naga/na_2359.pdf

Integrating Fish and Azolla into rice-duck farming.
5 years ago
Not sure if anyone else has posted this. Interesting guild.

http://pubs.iclarm.net/Naga/na_2359.pdf
5 years ago
I'm not scared of this... Let's give it a go.

address: DN1YZphrHqyw9LnyYBFxAX73n4fbGhW9S4
6 years ago
I apologize, I should have been more clear. I meant a more homemade or very local source of fertilizer. Something where you can see the whole process; making sure it's all natural. It's hard for me to trust products online or at the store. Again, just me.

Ever consider making some worm bins to make some worm casting tea? Even grass clippings or weeds left in a bucket of water for a week, then strained will produce a good alternative to regular watering.

I hope you find your answer.
6 years ago
If it's for your garden, I remember in a podcast Geoff saying lead is only an issue to the plants if the acidity is 3.5 or below. (pretty sure he said 3.5) That's the range where plants start to absorb it. If you're above that number then you should be fine.
6 years ago
I think making your own compost/compost tea and looking up some Korean Natural Farming IMO techniques would be best. Just me though, the idea of buying a product like that is iffy, prefer a more natural path.
6 years ago

Cj Verde wrote:

Dare I ask? What's a scuppernong?



From my Google Dictionary extension: A variety of the muscadine grape native to the basin of the Scuppernong River in North Carolina.

The extension is great, double click on any word on the screen and a little box pops up with a short definition.
6 years ago