Jd Gonzalez wrote:Consider a mix of green cover crops sych as radishes, cow peas, buckwheat and such. Either chop and drop or let winter take care of the plants.Increasing biomass speeds microorganism and fungal activity that will help breakdown chemicals in the soil. Once the soil is carbon rich, life,including worms, will return.
Thanks for the reply. So, could I mow some grass and dump the clippings on top of garden beds? We are in dead of winter and I want to plant my garden by September. By the way, Im in the southern hemisphere - way south.
The charcoal thing sounds interesting but there seems to be a mix of opinion. .
. And would that even help a glyphosate problem?