Thanks folks, tastey or not they are a weed to me (any unwanted plant, even a “good one” in the wrong place is a weed)
Started stacking the hot compost yesterday, sheep poo, horse poo and wood shavings, lawn clippings, kitchen waste, then the rain came. And it hasn’t quit long enough to get out again. Tomorrow perhaps.
Thanks again for the tips.
I have a good picture but blow me if i can post it?
tried, explorer, fire fox and safari?
any help on the picture posting?
I “attach file” at the bottom of the reply to post area, select my photo from list and press open…. nothing happens.
Thanks for the feedback guys.
it’ll keep coming back.
both those solutions sound ok.
Sun light and dry air flow will prevent it coming back.
ensure your underfloor ventaliation is sound. (is the soli under your house bone dry? it should be.
ensure your room ventaltion is good. (does it smell stale after returning from a week away?)
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Adrian post=353577 wrote: We only have rainwater for all of our household needs.
All roofs should have gutters with regular down pipes – Yes they will
If possible select gutters wit larger cross section, they will carry more water before overflowing – largest domestic available I think 175mm
I wouldn’t do first flush systems next…
Wow, most welcoming. Thank you.
Checked out the nature-loo, Thanks for the link interesting… our friends (off grid) have a composting toilet and whilst unconventional at first I’ve found it “normal” in its use.
I’m not sure if the wife is going to take to it though might be a step too far towards the thin edge of the sustainability wedge :…[Read more]