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Peeponics in Georgia, Ecosan Urine Fertilizer in India, Urine Therapy Elsewhere

From around the world we are learning more and more how others are creating their own models of sustainability. Hydroponics would benefit tremendously to have a homemade source of fertlizer. The notion of organic can actually be elevated to a second generation, requiring that food consumed by the source of the urine was also organic. … Continue reading

Wood Ash and Human Urine Study Conclusion; Pee on it and feed it to your plants, daily.

Two recent studies, published in the J. Agric. Food Chem., showed that when wood ash was combined with human urine and used as fertilizer the results outperformed chemical fertilizers.  Greenhouse tomatoes fertilized with urine, with urine and ash compared to those fertilized with 135 kg of N/ha as a mineral fertilizer. Results showed that urine … Continue reading

Patio PeePonics

Ginger lillies love water and they’re digging aquaponics as you can see in this 10 gallon Farm in a Box. There are no fish however, as the sole nutrient source is 2 cups per week is urine. Around here we call it ‘PeePonics’. You can learn more by searching for “PeePeePonics” or “UrinePonics.”   In Atlanta temperatures have been 90’s every day, high … Continue reading

Tomatoes thrive on urine diet

Wagdy Sawahel Source: http://www.scidev.net/en/news/tomatoes-thrive-on-urine-diet.html?utm_source=link&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=en_news 9 September 2009 | EN Using human urine as a fertilizer produces bumper crops of tomatoes that are safe to eat, scientists have found. Their research was published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry last month (August). Surendra Pradhan, an environmental biology researcher at the University of Kuopio, Finland, … Continue reading

Floating Water Gardens of Cabbagetown

Aquaponics create food, support biodiversity and offer a learning opportunity to teach children the essence of nature. Continue reading

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