Thursday, January 01, 2009

News to me...

File this under science: adrift
Agricultural crop production relies on composted waste materials and byproducts, such as animal manure, municipal solid waste composts, and sewage sludge, as a necessary nutrient source. Studies have shown that human hair, a readily available waste generated from barbershops and hair salons, combined with additional compost, is an additional nutrient source for crops. [More]
Still, with P & K prices where they are...

1 comment:

From Virginia said...

I did not dig deep enough to find who funded this study, but I sure hope and pray it was not USDA!