Olga Booker wrote:S, Bengi:
Sorry but as mentioned in the first post, it won't work with cooked egg shells, it's got to be raw.
That's a great picture! Personally I would put a lot more shells in . It's OK to add to it every time you eat eggs. I ended up with about 30 to 50 shells. Let us know what your neighbours think!
Chris Kott wrote:What we really need is brass-handled serving utensils, along with brass doorknobs, and anything else that many hundreds of people touch being made out of brass. Its natural antimicrobial properties make it a natural replacement for materials that tend to extend the life of bacteria and viruses deposited upon them, such as plastic.
I mean, we'd need in-seat heating, but brass toilet seats might be amazing, along with brass flush levers and door and faucet hardware. What about brass cellphone covers, and brass telephone handsets?
Donald MacLeod wrote:
The spread of this coronavirus thing - best plan is to regularly disinfect your mobile phone -
I have seen people who work for example: in a coffee shop taking a break outside, smoke in one hand holding their mobile and tapping away busy on their mobile phone with the other hand -
then put their phone in their pocket and the pocket is where it was placed earlier and they retrieved it from.
I saw them come back inside grab a cup for a customer and fill it with coffee. ( I refuse to go back to that coffee shop ) Think of the bacteria just passed on that cup?
I also imagine that as they cannot be without their mobiles looking to see who likes them? I can guess that they scroll their phones while on the loo as well..
How many times do they disinfect their mobile phones?
Eric Hanson wrote:Rita,
I utilize as many Oak leaves as I possibly can. The acidity they add is truly minimal. Resistant Permies soil scientist and expert RedHawk did a nice thread about the “acidifying” effects of Oak leaves and even pine needles. I will just cut to the chase. Even a whole bunch of pine needles will just barely increase the acidity.
I utilize a LOT of Oak leaves and they add only goodness to the garden soil.
I hope this helps a bit. If you need any more information I will try to help.
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