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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by Nifty-Chicken, Oct 19, 2012.
Normally I would agree wholeheartedly, UNLESS that choice negatively impacts our fellow humans who share our planet.
We also need to make sure that we leave a wholesome planet for our children, so I think adequate care needs to be taken of this earth.
Welcome to the forum. It,s a fun, informative, and caring bunch of people.
So sorry about your cat! My son lost a cat to kidney disease and he was only two years old. He was such a great cat.
Oh, I am so very sorry. I hope they find that the other kidney is fine and that you don't have to put your kitty down.
where I live, the ground is solid rock bed with some sand holding the rock together. I desperately need to get more compost, and am going to haul in some local manure. I bought "premium mix" that was horrible and I am sure was contaminated with herbicide. not only that, because the company was formerly known for coal, I think they added coal dust to make the soil look darker, because it LOOKED very dark, but it sucked sooooooo bad I was furious.
When I lived in the Kent valley, followed by my home in the Auburn valley, I had the best soil ever. I was so spoiled! I sooooo miss that dark, rich soil.- all I needed to do was add some sand and compost and it was perfect growing medium. Here at our new place, I am going to have to spend years building up my organic garden. I still can't beleive that with 2 acres, there's only one sad little apple tree here. (that's going to change!)
When I first moved back to WA state, there was hardly any businesses in "the valley", from Algona to Tukwila- the "Kent Valley". That area used to feed Seattle and beyond, with their lush soil and fertile farms. Now it's almost completely warehouse and industries. I find that a HUGE waste of land, and should be the shame of King County for allowing developers to cover one of the best tracks of land in WA state.
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good morning, well almost noon. I did not know about peat moss. Although I never use it. My dad use to spread it in the yard but I'd break out in a rash for a week after he'd do that.
I really wish i had more leaves to put down. I'm going to have to start telling neighbors that have trees that I want their leaves. Weird as that sounds, Leaves work great for litter in a chicken run.
Other then that this summer i think i'll find some hay to spread.
And I'm excited the eggs I paid for shipping on should be here today. They say out for delivery.