paul wheaton wrote:
Andrew Shindyapin wrote:I am offering the garden planning spreadsheet (it's a google spreadsheet) that can be found on the home page my website: https://automicrofarm.com/
For this bonus project, we need stuff that is normally behind a paywall or not publicly available. Or not yet publicly available. For offering stuff that is already free, I encourage you to create a thread about it in our forums. We're pretty generous about promoting free stuff - as long as you do it "as part of our community" and not be spammy about it. And we're really good about promoting stuff that is for sale too.
Do you have anything that might be a fit for this bonus project?
F Agricola wrote:
If there must be a sweetener, I'd swap out the Stevia for a good organic honey - healthier and more Permie.
Crayfish could also be added - grown in ponds or tanks.
Joseph Lofthouse wrote:Things that have a vegan-ish feel to them end up getting added to the vegan forum, because the search engines love it, potentially creating more traffic to your web site.
I wonder if the nutrient profile for collards or kale would be close enough?
Is this still theoretical, or has it been put into practice?
The catfish could very easily require fish feed import, the same for the layer chickens. If mushroom were grown, woodchip/straw import also possible.
The calorie count won't be high enough
320g of cabbage a day is quickly going to get repetitive