(Corrected & amended)
There is a LOT of information on compost at:
and the page that follows it. But I saw nothing regarding the contents
of the product (Compostar) itself. Am I asking too much? Do we buy a
product just because the theory presented along with it is valid? (And
frankly, I haven't read the text yet). I don't think so.
I think I'm going to stick to working with individuals or public, or
non profit organizations as much as possible, unless what I want is a
book. I want to know what I'm buying, as well as why and how it works.
Am I asking too much? Or just enough!
There're already too many middle men involved in the farmer / consumer
relationship. If anyone else is going to figure in, they'd better do
so in a well defined, indispensable and constructive way, particularly
when they doing what they do is for their own benefit, first and
None of the above says much about the product itself (but neither did
the propaganda), it may be good. But I think I'm going to stick with
earthworm compost (and know what organisms I'm working with. Biology,
agriculture and eating are all whole organism based activities, just
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