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In this second part of our interview with Dr. Zama we move through the different possibilities for food, pidgin, and what function libations connect us to the soil. This particular segment is powerful and it is my honor to share it with you all.
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Join Instructor Mason Trappio to gain an understanding of how climate change affects the urban farmer and the growth of new crops.
You mean to tell me this whole time I’ve been making funky compost, it could crank a crankshaft?? Meaning, in this episode we discuss how we arrived at our next experiment, Anaerobic Digestion
Charles is the founder of IGH Gardens in Los Angeles, California. At IGH he produces 3900lbs annually on 1200sqft. Amazing.
It is my sincerest pleasure and honor to share with you some excerpts from three articles that have been what I started this podcast to find. We add two new terms to our conceptual soil vocabulary, ߕߕߎߔߏߟߋ (tutupole), and ߔߐߙߑߟߟߋ (porleilei).
We relay the entire history of the soil, and highlight the role of fungi and of the mushroom plays. Later we shift to the role you play as you create this healthy black soil.
In our final episode in the series of Bioremediation, we finally express the reasons why we shared this information and reviewed the overall point of these practices.
From PNW, to South Korea, from Silver Spring to Charlotte we discuss these two different techniques for cleaning and building healthy black soils!