home made fertilizer
Lawrence F. London, Jr.
lflondon at mindspring.com
Wed Mar 21 23:04:50 EST 2001
On Wed, 21 Mar 2001 20:51:55 -0500, igg <igg at intrepid.net> wrote:
>> >Try "Hand's On Agronomy" by Neal Kinsey, the US "Albrecht" Agronomist
>>Do you know of a ready source for this book? Is it one of the ACRES,
>It is an ACRES book. Contact info: www.acresusa.com -Allan
>Which reminds me: I'm setting up new fields in the mid-Atlantic
>regions. I've been reading Gary Zimmer's Biological Farm book and
>getting pretty stoked on the whole "Albrecht" thing. Now experienced
>local growers are telling me that 'Albrecht' works for mid-Western
>soils, but just isn't 'magick' here on the East Coast. (On the most
>simple level, this means that there's no reason to add lime beyond
>balancing the pH.)
Why would anyone want to add more lime that that needed to adjust pH?
Not to say that you wouldn't want to add large quantities of other
>Anyone have any experience with this?
I'd like to resubscribe to the bd-now list; how is this done?
sub id would be london at ibiblio.org.
I still plan to send you a cd containing old bd list archives if you
still want them. Am getting real interested in Hugh Lovel's
work in BD and have begun archiving his writings as found in sanet:
Am also supportive of ABA and hope it succeeds. Am willing to donate
time and resources to help it along.
biodynamics and permaculture are two peas in the same pod as I see it,
inseparable and of immense value to Earth inhabitants.
L.F.London ICQ#27930345 lflondon at mindspring.com
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