Allelopathy

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ColinJEly
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Allelopathy

Postby ColinJEly » Thu Jan 15, 2009 9:07 am

G'day
Just a question. How do hedges overcome allelopathy?
Also we know that commercial chemical fertilizers do more harm than good by upset the biology of the soil, but what about commercial peletized manures such as 'Dynamic Lifter' for those of us who don't have access to the real thing?
I am going to get a bag of 'Zoo Poo' today. Yep! The name says it all. Will let you all know how it performs.

Cheers
Col.

Adrian
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Postby Adrian » Thu Jan 15, 2009 2:29 pm

Colin back when i was doing my traineeship with pigs we got a chance to go see a piggery near Ballarat. Quite amazing realy! They could back then run the piggery on 90% pig power! They trapped the gases from the pig waste to run genarators to produce electricty.
But on your subject thou, they also made a bagged product from the pig waste after putting it through a dehydrator to kill of the smell.
Here is the link to the piggery im talking about:
http://www.ballarat.edu.au/projects/ens ... s/piggery/
Always keep an open mind


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