Genuine 100% redneck composter All scrap except the staples
I decided as bad as fertilizer prices are getting and as bad as things are getting overall I’d best go ahead and make something small here that I can turn with a fork n shovel.
We’ve still got the larger scales at the farm and all I need is enough to replenish the garden soil each year.
Reading one of Gene Logsdon books (dont recall which one), and he noted wayyy back in the day, farmers would have hay stacks out in the fields (pre-tractor days). The top layer would get wet, but the under layers would be dry.
Good. You may also want to try looking into aquaponics. This is a system that combines fish farming and growing plants on the irrigated water to produce both in one go. This is promoted as one of the best ways of producing food with very little land.