William James wrote:I'm confident that when an enterprising person finds a way to use scotch broom effectively, turning free plant material into money (people would probably even pay to have you harvest it), the new problem will be curbing the extinction of scotch broom. That's usually the way things go. Anyway, this current exess points to a lack of creative solutions rather than some defect of the natural world.
Turning it into biochar and supplementary heating fuel will have to suffice for me for now. For those lucky enough to have rocket mass heaters, Scotch Broom could be a primary fuel. When you come up with a more creative solution, please be sure to let us in on it.
trinda storey wrote:If scotch broom lowers ph could it be used for lowering my soil ph maybe as a mulch