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Burn Baby Burn! Grass Burns from Dog Urine by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Mon 10 Jan 2011 12:38am Why does dog urine burn the grass? Dog urine has a very high nitrogen content, and tends to have a high ph level as well. If you frequently use a nitrogen-based fertilizer, you will have a more noticeable problem. The concentration of nitrogen in one spot is too high, and as a result, the grass dies, while an outer ring seems to fl ... Read on »
Urine as a Fertiliser by TopVeg !. Patient Expert Posted Mon 28 Dec 2009 5:33pm The sanitation department in Lusaka, Zambia, is turning urine into a fertiliser. Urine contains nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium – as well as all eight micronutrients plants need for growth. Fresh urine  is virtually sterile, and mixed with water in a 1:3 ratio, is an effective and odor-free nutrient. It is applied using a waterin ... Read on »
Do hibernating bears urinate? by Matt S. Posted Tue 28 Sep 2010 8:50pm And now for a discussion of a burning nephrology question: what happens to a bear's renal function when it goes into hibernation? (Thank my brother for raising the question while he was a medical student.) The simple answer to the headline question is: no, they do not. The details behind what does happen to renal function and nitrogenous wa ... Read on »
405 running- fast day 9 complete- Urine therapy by stevenluch Posted Mon 10 May 2010 12:00am I really dont consider what I am doing as alternative anymore (i never really have). There is no norm and set of rules to follow. This is why my health is going to improve. You think like close minded people and you will die like close minded people. Close minded people die at the hands of an ignorant doctor selling drugs by the bill ... Read on »
PET-FRIENDLY GARDEN PLANNING.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 19 Sep 2010 12:00am Desperado and Helpful Buckeye got back home 2 days ago from our road trip.  This turned out to be one of the best trips we've ever taken, considering the outstanding weather, the diversity and appeal of the places we visited, the vast range of geology and geography we drove and walked through, and the new knowledge we gained about some of the hi ... Read on »
MCT Oil Advantages by Diane S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 12:41pm Many of you reading this blog will be scratching your head right now. What in the heck is MCT Oil? What does it have to do with the focus of this blog? Let me tell you, it has plenty to do with all aspects of this blog, brain health, low carb diet, and WLS. So sit back and take a look at this wonderful addition to your nutritional arsenal. ... Read on »
Why are you so sick? by Stephen Tvedten Patient Expert Posted Thu 18 Jun 2009 1:19pm After generations of trying unsuccessfully to remove bacteria, mold, weeds, insects, arachnids, rodents and many other pest problems from our homes, buildings, yards, pets, fields, orchards, and groves; we still are continuing to only use/misuse many different volatile pesticide POISONS to try to take care of these pest problems. Now, these dangero ... Read on »
Why are we so sick? by Stephen Tvedten Patient Expert Posted Thu 10 Sep 2009 10:55pm Why are we so sick? The words "Pesticide. Herbicide. Bactericide. Fungicide. Insecticide. Homicide. Genocide. Suicide" - should give you a clue. What makes them alike? They all are ways to DESTROY/KILL! After generations of trying unsuccessfully to remove bacteria, mold, weeds, insects, arachnids, rodents and many other pest problems from ou ... Read on »
Permaculture Q&A: Ben Falk Talks Nutrient Cycling by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted Mon 05 May 2014 8:00am Happy Permaculture Month! Throughout the next few weeks, we are putting our pioneering permaculture authors at your disposal for a month-long Q&A session. If you are looking to become a better permaculturalist, there’s still time to participate! Submit  your questions here . Below, award-winning author of  The Resilient Farm and Home ... Read on »
Have A Dog? Plan A Garden That You And Your Pet Can Enjoy by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Mon 10 Jan 2011 12:43am By BETH BOTTS We love our dogs. We love our gardens. But sometimes our dogs love our gardens too much. They love to dig. They love to romp through carefully designed plantings. They love to sample the plants, which may not agree with them. They love to use the entire lawn as a bathroom. They love to explore what’s stored in t ... Read on »