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    "Sorry Carbon Gold is a moderator/admin and you are not allowed to ignore him or her"


    well, pppppppppppppppppt to that
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carbon Gold View Post
    ........ And if anyone can share any top tips?
    You're the expert, isn't that your job .........

    *sorry Nicos, Zaz etc I'll make my way over to the norty step
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    Quote Originally Posted by binley100 View Post
    You're the expert, isn't that your job .........

    *sorry Nicos, Zaz etc I'll make my way over to the norty step
    I think the norty step is going to get quite crowded Bins
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    We better get the fridge restocked then
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    Come on you lot - I am not into Biochar either, but am willing to look at "new" soil enrichers based on old ideas, which this is. Maybe look at making your own charcoal off their theory and then make your results known. Wood ash has been used for a long time. Years ago clinker was used on garden soils. Personally I would like to see Seer on here as I have a 1001 questions to discuss with them...but that's because I am trialing it on my soil. Other than this I won't be joining in this one, as I am not convinced - as yet - but will watch the space for those that question.
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    It's clever......

    SarzWiz has added her credibility to the product. Based on that alone I would consider getting some.

    What's clever is getting us talking about it. I doubt it would have come up as a topic otherwise.....

    Very clever........

    Norty tho!

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    Oy you lot...............whatever happened to 'play nice'?

    I know we all see ourselves as experts but maybe if we all take a chill pill we might learn summat..........

    Has the forum got so 'Clannish' that we resent outside intrusion?
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    It's a forum! For....ummm.......sharing opinions. A very very good forum........
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    Loving my allotment!

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