Harry Soloman

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45 Year old former pot farmer, widower that embraces natural farming, ethical and moral living while walking the path of life.
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You have a fabulous garden and I am glad you are out there.  I hope you find your puzzle piece and that you find your goals in life satisfied!
3 years ago
For a compilation of way to much information on biochar check out  http://culturalhealingandlife.com.www413.your-server.de/index.php?/forums/topic/50-biochar/

It does have a section in it about use and charging.  I like to think of it as shelters for bio life and drainage.  I like it to help maintain.
3 years ago
Yes just putting eggshells in the garden is not a quick return.  So try this.  It is a practice in Natural Farming!


Stacie Kim wrote:

echo minarosa wrote:I hadn't thought about dissolving in vinegar. Thanks!

Here is the video that inspired me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sU5TXvjsTv8

I don't necessarily agree with the video's assertion that a calcium deficiency is always the cause of blossom end rot. I've heard from several master gardeners that it's often caused by a plant's inability to uptake the calcium that is already present in the soil. Take that for what you will, I just thought it was worth mentioning.

Yes, the reason for a deficiency is not always due to a lack of the mineral.  If only it was so simple.  Calcium issues are typically indoor problems or in plant beds that would naturally reduce the amount of available calcium over time.  Often seen where people put in bag soils and those soils become depleted of calcium over time without amendments/inputs.

Have a great day, hope that helps at all or just preaching to the choir for the most part!
3 years ago
This is amazing work.  I have worked with mushrooms to help clean up toxic sites but this is wow!
3 years ago

Samantha Hall wrote:

Cara Campbell wrote:What about Mosquito Dunks in the pond? I use them in the containers of water we collect, and as long as I make sure there's some of the dunk in there, we don't get mosquitos breeding.

I have heard of those but don't know much about them. I guess I assumed they were toxic somehow but they must not be. I'll look into them,.as that's a great idea! Thank you so much!!!


Its bacteria that affects the larva stage guts.
3 years ago