May Lotito wrote:Asking for truck load of manure as birthday gift
Michael Moreken wrote:Your always cleaning under your finger nails from accumulated dirt from working on yard or garden.
I was waiting for the bit about you redirecting the outgoing plumbing from the dispoal to lead directly to a compost heap...
Pearl Sutton wrote:I'm in a rental, it has things I don't use, like the garbage disposal. I just found an excellent permies type use for it though!
I pulled off the squash bug eggs on my plants, ripped off a bit of leaf, got them all, then ran them down the disposal. Knew that thing had to be useful for something other than clogging up the sink!
Jay Angler wrote: I was waiting for the bit about you redirecting the outgoing plumbing from the dispoal to lead directly to a compost heap...
Many humans seem to have this internal desire for order, or they've been socially conditioned for it. Hopefully as permaculture spreads, more people will embrace "disorder".
Well, at least I now know for certain that zombies won't be able to find our food. But, I also now know that most humans think I just have a run-down garden. I'm not quite sure how to feel about all of this...
Mike Haasl wrote:When you get them to drop the chips and then spend 6 hours moving 2/3rds of the pile before running out of steam. The pile is 6' high and if it was a circle it would be 20' in diameter.
Pearl Sutton wrote:When you are picking the cherry tomatoes, but leave a good looking one, because you'd have to disturb an orb spider web. It can have a tomato. Maybe it'll attract something for the spider. :D
Boon Safty wrote:You know you're a permie when...
You weren't able to make the boot program for financial reasons, but when you saw a job posting for labor at a nursery thought,
"2 birds, 1 stone"
and got the job