I think you've hit on why the conversations go so far afield. Cabin fever!
Just got back from helping a neighbor get un-stuck in the 3+ feet of snow
that have fallen (so far) after a very low-snow winter. (up 'til now!)
Gary Woods AKA K2AHC- PGP key on request, or at home.earthlink.net/~garygarlic
Zone 5/6 in upstate New York, 1420' elevation. NY WO G
Probably autobiographical from someone who recommends growing tea but
who doesn't, and doesn't even know the difference from herbal teas and
tisanes. Then claims that he grows 400 olive trees, and wonders how to
make them produce fruit year round. Who owns a pizza "hut" and wants to
grow tomatoes year around for sauce.
Something definitely smells.
"Fascism should more properly be called corporatism because it is the
merger of state and corporate power." - Benito Mussolini.
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Maybe, but people do get into trouble by trying to realize an idea
without understanding that there's more to know, doing any research or
having knowledgeable help.
On this account and in this instance I'm willing to give a by because
basic information is important enough to restate.
Everyone starts somewhere even if that somewhere amounts to putting your
foot in it and losing a shoe the first time you discover the barnyard.
(It's losing the shoe that make people remember the event. Who knew that
a crusty, dusty cow patty could look like dirt?)
I'll await developments.
Meat is where you're going far wrong. You've already noticed the stench.
It can and will attract scavengers, including rats (which may or may not
be a problem where you are).
These days the general rule is only vegetable matter goes into a compost
heap. If you want to process meat down to compost you use a digester.
Well, as serious as you may have been, it looked like you were using
I wondered why you didn't indicate that after sweating and digging
through anaerobic compost that one tends to smell a little ...rotten.
I don't know why I keep thinking this newsgroup should be fertile ground
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