Status #986

Mini-progress Report: The Soil and Water Team is up and running. [...]

Punta del Este, Departamento de Maldonado
via The Full Circle Project
Mini-progress Report:
The Soil and Water Team is up and running. We are sharing research on how to improve drinking water at the source by curtailing agricultural run-off. The approach is educational and "demonstrational" (that will be an extra 5 cents, please.)

In order to reduce and eventually stop the ag chemical run-off (e.g., excess nitrogen, phosphorus, other chemical fertilizers, and toxic herbicides such as glyphosate) we are committed to helping producers and ranchers develop alternate solutions to their problems (i.e. weeds.)

This approach, which Full Circle Uruguay member Darielle reminds us, is known as "regenerative agriculture." The key is build soil health. This approach gradually makes the soil inhospitable to certain weeds.

We are also investigating ways to degrade existing glyphosate in soil. This is a tough nut to crack and it will take time. But the Soil and Water group is taking it on.

There is more to report, but we have a good start. We are walking the talk. For example, we have met with the Liga de Puntal del Este leadership. They are intrigued by what we are doing, and by the fact that we are DOING,
We are invited to join, and we are working out details about how to do that so the costs and benefits are shared. Members have access to their full-service 120-person meeting room three times a year. Just what we need for our group as we grow to the next level!
Gary Richards
There's a typo: it's the Liga de Punta del Este. I don't know why all of those tags appeared after the posting. Can anyone tell me how to avoid that in the future? Thanks.
Saturday 25 July 2015, 15:57:48
one under god [on strike/on point]
gary your doing well [the post process seems to work on a double click the first brings up the boxes with a cross each word ..clicking the x next the word deletes the word ..a second click then posts..but I guess many clik a second time without scrolling down and miss the boxes appearing..[regarding the glocophosphate removal hem cleans the soil in 3 generations [the leaves.stems are burnt off as biofuel..the seed of course must return to the ground till they are clean..the hetro self seeding hemp
are recommended..[they can crop 3 times a year..anyhow your doing great work..[there is no more urgent matter than gleaning up our cropping soil asp
Saturday 25 July 2015, 21:45:36
one under god [on strike/on point]
mr jim
mars talks of glycophospi[hate issue from about half way on… for those needing the full vision here it is commercial free…
Saturday 25 July 2015, 21:54:53
one under god [on strike/on point]
some key timing it happens in september get ready before then [it should last till xmass at worst[…
Saturday 25 July 2015, 22:11:26
one under god [on strike/on point]
anyhow its clear this is a honey pot ..because the email don't link us up so im heading back to where it all works ..avoiding the zen gardner as he deletes my posts and told me of this place offering hope but little else it killed one under god dead
Saturday 25 July 2015, 22:16:21
one under god [on strike/on point]
the site where I the comforter ..
make my last stand…
Saturday 25 July 2015, 22:19:31
I live across the lake from Vermont so we have similar issues, but add cow manure. I have heard of using the manure to create methane to run the farm, but am very interested in any developments on this front. Thanks!
Sunday 26 July 2015, 11:11:18
one under god [on strike/on point]
the big thing with cow manure is to keep it out of water..but I hear pig manure is worse..and human worse again ..and chicken dodo in water is a nono..these nutrients actually have the ability to transporm an inactive flora micro flora into microbeast..that was showing up in fishermen fishing in the waters ..really making them sick..anyhow cheers cant find details…
Monday 27 July 2015, 11:20:38
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