Aged Urine Makes Great Plant Fertilizer

Aged Urine Makes Great Plant Fertilizer

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  Vidcast:  https://youtu.be/sEWgKmC3dC8   Now that green is good, University of Michigan environmental engineers report that year-old urine contains nutrients growing plants require but is free of environmentally dangerous micro-organisms and genetic material.   They studied the urine of more than 100 men and women after 12-16 months of aging in sealed containers.  During that time, the rising ammonia levels lower urine acidity, kill any bacteria, and destroy any extracellular DNA.  This aged ... See More

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