Courts have finally begun to dispense justice against Monsanto(Bayer) for Roundup Glyphosate Cancers, awarding one man 300million. –
Here is an older chart showing how widespread it has become.. It’s probably in you and your food supply.
===Permaculture Study Guide===
Permaculture Design Course
Permaculture Lecture and Design Series – Geoff Lawton
Permaculture Lecture and Design Series – Bill Mollison
Permaculture Lecture and Design Series – Quickstart
Permaculture Key Principles
Permaculture Sector Analysis
Permaculture Zone Analysis
Permaculture Slope and Aspect
Permaculture Species Guilds and Companions
Permaculture Understanding and Boosting Succession
Get your Organic Seeds Here 🌱
Microgreens Shopping List and Chore Rotation Schedule:
Yellow Sticky Notes – Record Start Dates/Plant Types
Hydrogen Peroxide (Sterilize mold spores on seeds during soak, add 1 oz per gallon of water)
Seeds: Southern States has bulk quantity order-able, claims to be untreated seed.
Trays : Here
Control Humidity with Air fans and Dehumidifier
Food grade 35% H202 (Hydrogen Peroxide) for soaking.
Bleach (not organic?) for cleaning trays.
Or solution with organic cleaner oils (Such as diluted Grapefoot Seed Extract)
Protocol for Wheat grass
1> Soak for (overnight? or two nights?) with 1 oz of hydrogen peroxide per gallon of water. Add water until 2 inches above seed level to allow for expansion. Soak in 2 stacked buckets with top 1 being filled with drainage holes on the bottom for ease.
2> Then add about 2.5lbs per tray (?) and flood /drain twice daily.
3> If lighting is sufficient – 7 days later (?) you’ll have full growth – use sticky notes to denote start dates.
Other Sprouting options available: Juicy Sprout (A sampling!)
Any organic matter can be made into charcoal. Supposedly, all that is left is carbon and minerals. So as long as not high in lead, people can dump all their organic waste, and a small charcoal plant can be be built to process it all. The lecturer says that famously fertile Terra Petra soil in Brazil contains 33% charcoal, by volume, which equates to 9% by mass. The natives had deliberately made and added it for at least hundreds of years.
An ideal compost pile should start with a 30:1 C/N ratio. Fresh grass clippings alone have about a 20:1 C/N ratio. Building your pile with one part grass clippings or other green matter to two parts dead leaves or other brown matter will give you the right mix. Turn kitchen scraps into super-fertile soil!