Re: Don't Need Rock Powders for Soil Fertility?
lloyd kinder (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 21 Sep 1998 10:57:07 PDT
>Was the original post ever posted to OGL? It's a little disconcerting
>to enter here in the middle of a conversation. It looks somewhat
>interesting, if only I knew what you are talking about!
>Perhaps you could fill us all in.
>Loren in NJ
>lloyd kinder wrote:
>> (See Vol. I,
>> >#3, of the International Permaculture Solutions Journal). The same
>> >is true of other rock powders (with the same reservations), etc.
>> >* Keyline cultivation deserves a mention here because it is the
>> >way I know to build soil using conventinal agricultural equipment.
>> >It too, releases the P already in the soil.
Hi Loren. Dan was just saying you don't need to add rock dust to soil to
get phosphorus, etc. You just need ways to make what's in the soil more
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