Holy Sh*t: A book about how to save money and use manures
"Common sense and just the right amount of folksy humor" make this book a pleasure to read whether or not you are currently using manures in your garden. Logsdon who grew up in Ohio, draws from his childhood experiences as well as his Amish neighbors, writes about how to recognize a manure spreader for those who don't know and the finer points of old-fashioned pitchfork tines, for readers who actually use them.
In addition to lots of clear instructions for utilizing waste, Logsdon writes a book that overcomes the yuck factor and tells how we've taken a natural, healthy, efficient system and replaced it with something expensive, toxic, and marketable - in this case, chemical fertilizers. If you're interested in using manure, even cat, dog and human, here is a book that tells you how.
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Posted by Marilyn Renaker at June 29, 2011 10:26 AM