[permaculture] Recovering Paradise :)
chrisbellanger at yahoo.com
Sat Apr 16 20:57:43 EDT 2005
You might be interested in Johann Grander's devices
for revitalising water, called Grander Units or water
there is tonnes of info online, and Johann was awared
the silver medal of honour from the russian academy of
natural sciences after they tested numerous water
treatment devices and his came out on top.
the units can be a bit pricey, but i've had mine for
10+ years and use it constantly (showing, cooking,
watering, etc) and they have a lifetime warranty with
no need for replaceable parts
Happy to help if anyone has any questions
Cheers, chris Bellanger
Ps what type of rockbust are you using?
> Message: 3
> Date: Wed, 13 Apr 2005 13:03:30 +0300
> From: "Andrew Clements" <jara at otenet.gr>
> Subject: [permaculture] Fukuoka, Permaculture,
> Schauberger, Rockdust
> and compost
> To: <permaculture at lists.ibiblio.org>
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> Dear Doug,
> I have found four concepts to be fabulously
> effective in restoring nature
> to its once pristine condition. They are Fukuoka,
> Permaculture, Schauberger
> and now Rockdust. Fukuoka observation and
> seedballing with permaculture
> philosophy, Schauberger water concepts, rockdust
> and compost have
> transformed the once chemical nightmare of a farm I
> acquired into a
> recovering paradise.
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