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After incapacitating the BUNGCO Organic Farmery for several months due to the Enrich Soil with Paper scheme (link) our agronomists have done some study on C/N ratios and soil fortification. Yes, N is helpful to plants on account of the growing. But commercial sources are too unorganic for us: anhydrous
ammonia, little pellets? They reek of processing and chemistry. Here at BUNGCO we are putting the organ back in organic. Introducing Meat Mulch!
Using our Jerkymatic technology, strips of dryish Meat Mulch are produced from formerly living things, after greases and oils are extracted (and burned to run the Jerkymator!). Meat Mulch has an inoffensive, organic odor as provided. Meat Mulch will improve the poorest soils, holding in moisture and adding vital nutrients to plant roots as it breaks down.
Turn that C/N ratio upside-down! The circle of life! True organicism! Meat Mulch!
Enrich Fields with Recycled Paper
OK if you're growing alfalfa. [bungston, Aug 03 2009]
Recentish [shudderprose, Aug 03 2009]
[normzone, Aug 03 2009]
Blood and Bone
a popular organic fertiliser [xaviergisz, Aug 04 2009]
||Finally, a place for ecologically/organically minded murderers to dump their bodies. [+]
||Shud, thank you for that review. BUNGCO is considering a move from Organic to Orgonic. Our new greenhouse will be constructed in the form of an Orgone Box and we expect the concentrated orgone will yield vegetabular benefit.
||And thanks for making me wiki/google orgone! I want a cloudbuster.