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T wrote:
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there are suckers born every minute...

$35 for water gathered from composted organic

you can get all of those same things for free
by burying organic materials, keeping them moist
and stirring them once in a while.

if you want to waste energy you can get the
same organic materials and a little dirt and put
them in some water and then use an air pump and
an air stone to circulate the water for a few
days or longer. then you can spray or dump it
where you want. bunch of BS IMO...

remember this, businesses want to sell you
things even if you don't need them. that is the
American way.

the creatures, bacteria and fungi in the soil
can do pretty much the same thing eventually
no matter how they arrive or in what form. most
organic materials already have both fungal and
bacterial populations present that will happily
break the materials down given time and moisture.
it's how our whole system functions.


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