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>it’s men that are confusing
Nah! You’ve got it all wrong there HBG, understandable though …
>popular soil removal and replacement
Yeah, the big problem with that solution that most people don’t think about is what happens to the contaminated soil and are they just shifting a problem to elsewhere. Or, more importantly, is the problem soil dealt with correctly after it leaves their property. Much better to fix it on site if you can. let us know how you go with your new Shroom Experiments HGB.
My view precisely Woz. I would worry that someone somewhere just had a big pile of contaminated soil sitting there leaching into a water table and blowing dust into the air. Better to deal with it on site if I can. I will be very excited to try this method though and will be getting some mushroom compost (enough to fill the hole I dug and to dig through the rest of the area) and will report back certainly. I think this is a really exciting discovery so thank you so much! I have been so excited I even posted it on other forums of which I am a member (some of which have nothing to do with environmental concerns) and have had a really strong response from people interested in the concept. Great result all round so far. Will keep this post updated as I go along. With photos, of course!