Nicole Dymond

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Thanks john. I wasn't even considering it for food production. A. It's illegal. B. I agree people would be disapproving. We have a large market garden approx 150 m away from The residences, I was thinking of personally using the humanure on my private ornamental garden only. I just worry about any crossing that could compromise the organic status. Overwhelming the system was informative, I didn't consider that too much of a good thing aspect..
4 years ago
The only info I can find for canada is canary and they then link to the acrsa for certification...
4 years ago
Could you paint the top half of the drum with enamel paint and then put con half way up with a tile finish? Something similar to this?? The second pic with the tree?

http://masonryheaters.blogspot.com/2011/10/incredible-masonry-heater.html
4 years ago
Hi all. I've read through the humanure handbook and watched a lot of videos. And I adore the idea of completing the cycle. Can anyone tell me if the resultant compost can be used in an organic setting? I'm going to be living on an organic farm and right now there are pretty strict codes with being certified organic and using any kind of humanure compost on vegetable gardens in our area (bc Canada). But even for using the compost on ornamentals, would there be any kind of cross contamination through the ground water etc that would affect the organic status? Not sure if this should go here or on the growie section...
4 years ago
Hi. I'd read that this certification was going to be available in canada. can anyone tell me if this is true and if so, where I can fins
D the info for it?
4 years ago