ThaiGer


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May I introduce myself ?

Posted: 30/11/2012 at 14:59

First I want say that I'm sad about the controversy over my introduction. It was never on my purpose! For a better understanding: the first homepage (camp.-in...) shows my attitude toward the natural-organic living.Many of the pdf's in "organic farming" reflect upon the complexity and/or distinction of this subject.They ask for relevant and objective discussions.Sure. I think, any of this facts,experiences and opinions are transferable to other countries. The second webpage (nutcutlet say Donation) should shown the dark side of my area. It's my small part for help to soothe a little bit the poverty and misery of the poor- they are all farmer, good or not good.You must no have a look at this webpage, ignore them. But this work is a important part of myself.Sorry!. However, let's talk about organic,natural,sustainable or nature farming/gardening...let's go.

http://camping-in-thailand.com/ , http://www.farmersvoice.info/

Talkback: Making leaf mould

Posted: 30/11/2012 at 05:14

Hello to all and Ex.Boy:Yes, magnolia leaves are organic and therefore can be composted.
but, they are very tough and resistant to decay. Shredding, (lawn-mower or garden-shredder), will help speed things up but if you want everything ready at the same time and within a couple of years, I would just leave the leaves where they fall as a mulch under the Magnolia. The bacteria that turn organic waste into crumbly compost that require heat. So now, you leave the compost, you protect him from too much moisture and severe frost. A thick straw location will make sure that the pile cools not too much as a heat pack. The cover must be layered loose and air-permeable.Best luck and regards, ThaiGer

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"To know what we know, and know what we do not know, that is understanding."(Confucius)

http://camping-in-thailand.com/ , http://www.farmersvoice.info/

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Robina

Posted: 29/11/2012 at 19:26

Hello , maybe this site give you a little help? http://www.growsonyou.com/question/show/18757,best luck and regards, ThaiGer.

Talkback: Making leaf mould

Posted: 29/11/2012 at 19:05

Hello gardener, we have no seasons but also many organic matter, which we use for composting. I spray a little EM and turn often with garden fork. Maybe the 2 following article on my homepage are interesting for reading:http://camping-in-thailand.com/wp-content/uploads/Anaerobic-compost-vs.Aerobic-compost.pdf and http://camping-in-thailand.com/wp-content/uploads/Organic-matter-for-composting.pdf .I want no teach you, but sometime is good for remember, what we have learned long time ago...Best luck and regards, ThaiGer.

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"To know what we know, and know what we do not know, that is understanding."(Confucius)

http://camping-in-thailand.com/ , http://www.farmersvoice.info/

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May I introduce myself ?

Posted: 29/11/2012 at 05:03

Hello from Northern Thailand,
I happy to see your website/forum because my knowledge about organic natural living will never complete and maybe I can share a little of my experiences with you...
We grow up and produce on our 100% organic nature small scale farm/garden any kinds of fruits,veggies,flowers,bamboos and oil palms - and have big fun... If you want,you can have a look at my homepage for better knowing with who you talk(write). At the camping website (eco-farm)click gallery on the bottom more pictures.Here you have some impressions of my wild garden (Password: ThaiGer). I very happy to have the chance to correspondent to another farmer/gardener with the same way of thinking. For today best luck and regards, ThaiGer. (means Thai-German...) http://camping-in-thailand.com/ , http://www.farmersvoice.info/ . Thanks for looking at us.

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