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(Phys Org2)   The savior of Agriculture turns out to be the grog bog   (phys.org) divider line
    More: Unlikely, Agriculture, Nitrogen, lead author Maite Gandariasbeitia, Soil, Root-knot nematodes, organic biodisinfestation treatments, organic byproducts, use of many chemical fumigants  
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2021-05-31 7:31:18 AM  
And here I've been giving my spent grain to the neighbours for chicken feed.
 
2021-05-31 11:35:26 AM  
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2021-05-31 12:54:16 PM  
Rub that all over your body and the pests will leave you alone.
 
2021-05-31 4:39:18 PM  
Wort that it were so.
 
2021-05-31 4:58:37 PM  
Went in hoping for it to be talking about fermentation sediment but it wasn't to be.

That's all going straight into the garden.

Although article does point out it's the high nitrogen content which is the beneficial factor, and I've recently started mulching with fresh grass clippings, so that should pump in a similar quantity of nitrogen.
 
2021-05-31 5:40:49 PM  
Excellent.  When I think about what I'd like to see sprayed onto my leafy greens manure tops the list.

/I'm not sure these scientists thought their cunning plan all the way through
 
2021-05-31 6:37:57 PM  
who knew that combining Vegemite and manure, two things that smell pretty similar, would keep bugs away.
 
2021-05-31 8:36:15 PM  
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2021-05-31 9:30:43 PM  

RogermcAllen: Excellent.  When I think about what I'd like to see sprayed onto my leafy greens manure tops the list.

/I'm not sure these scientists thought their cunning plan all the way through


...

I don't think I have the heart to break the news to you.

I'm sure someone else will be along to tell you that manure has always been in our hearts and on your leafy greens.

/Whoops
//Manure is always there for you and your leafy greens
 
2021-05-31 11:41:23 PM  
So spraying the garden with beer shiats is good? My ex always disapproved
 
2021-06-01 12:16:53 AM  

chitownmike: So spraying the garden with beer shiats is good? My ex always disapproved


That's why she's your ex, you didn't need that kind of negativity in your life.
 
2021-06-01 1:18:17 AM  

RogermcAllen: Excellent.  When I think about what I'd like to see sprayed onto my leafy greens manure tops the list.

/I'm not sure these scientists thought their cunning plan all the way through


It's organic!
 
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