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[permaculture] Re: Weed & manure teas
I live in Melbourne Australia where the weather is a bit like San
Francisco. Since I'm not good at weeding, there were always lots
of grasses gone to seed in my planting beds. I soaked them in
plastic garbage bins for months and then put the "tea" (diluted) on
the garden; the leftover material wouldn't sprout.
The plastic bins, though, split after a couple of batches, so I looked
for another method.
Then I got chickens. I still have to pull the weeds unless
I want them to dig up everything (except kikuyu, the roots of which they
leave) to feed to them. When they're out, they do keep the lawn mowed,
except for the edges.
Onward, M R
Martha Ruth Hills
Our life is more than our work and our work is more
than our job.
From: Kirk Hanson <email@example.com>
To: permaculture <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Friday, May 14, 1999 1:39 AM
Subject: [permaculture] Weed & manure teas
>I'm interested in reading people's experiences with weed teas and manure
>teas as fertilizers. I'd like to embark on an extensive fertilizing
>routine using these two nutrient sources but want to reduce my learning
>curve relative to how to effectively apply them. Any information or
>recommendations of resources would be helpful.
>Director, Permaculture West
>72 Mattson Rd.
>Oakville, WA 98568
>ph/fx: (360) 273-7117
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