[NAFEX] is peat moss harvest sustainable?
William C. Garthright
billg at inebraska.com
Sat Feb 6 11:18:15 EST 2010
> I just noticed an article containing a pretty logical indictment
> against peat "mining" that might lead to an interesting discussion
> here. Here's the link.
That's a link to the index (the peat moss article was first published in
2006), of course. FYI, here's the direct link:
That's a fascinating site in general, though. It's always hard to know
what to believe on the Internet, since pseudoscience of all kinds is far
too common. She tries to make things a little more scientific, and
provides resources for more investigation in the "Literature" link
alongside each title in the index (and often links within an article, too).
Lincoln, NE (zone 5)
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