>>I was only referring to the fact that when the word "manure" is used, most people think "Poop" just as I had previously misunderstood what KY meant by using the term "green manure." I had just never run into the phrase used in that way before.
perfectly understandable. understand also that the term "green manure" dates back decades decades decades. whatever sources relied upon for the error are highly highly suspect in any other degree of accuracy.
I suspect that somewhere in the chain of "thinking/writing/reading/comprehension" there has been an erroneous substitution of "fresh manure" with "green manure"
>>Others are not and some of the latter group actually do spread horse and cattle manure directly on their fields and work it in.
uhmmm, little problem here. if they spread fresh manure on the ground and work it in,,,, what exactly happened to the crop they spread it on?
I live in York County - that's like right next door to Lancaster County - which has a couple Amish families in residence. I also speak the language - so be careful what is true about the Amish because they do battery power and I can take my notebook out there for a character by character quote.
>>I was merely describing the environment in which I witnessed this danger to kids.
I believe you were reading my post inaccurately Dillbert.
nope. are you taking exception to grass fed or not fully cooked? the post bashes both equally and in the same sentence.
>>Vinegar does not kill e-coli
well, you'll need to take that up with a real source vs tabloid / extremists / whacked out publications.
Yes, vinegar DOES kill many bacteria and viruses, including many very dangerous ones that can be in food such as E. Coli O157:H7 (see for example scholarly research that shows this http://www.ingentaconnect.com/conten...00008/art00005
). It is probably good to use in the kitchen and other places that you may be worried about harsher chemicals like bleach getting into food.
>>Walk a while in another's shoes and you may get a little different perspective.
and that has what to do with "science" ?
more / less smelly feet changes "science"?