Re: Apartment homesteading?
Posted: Mon Feb 22, 2021 4:14 pm
This guy has a nice apartment garden setup, starting at 4:00.
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hah, there is a permaculture guy somewhere around taos i think who grows indoor bananas--in a roofed courtyard. i forget the name but yeah they have a semitropical garden in the high desert. obviously bigger than an apartment, his setup.
edited: i didn't spot the "apartment" bit till after a while! ok. interesting curriculum, and i've stared to browse it. thanks for the link!bloodaxe wrote: ↑Fri Feb 19, 2021 12:53 pmAnyone ever try the PEA (Permaculture Experience for Apartments) badge on Permies? https://permies.com/t/126834/PEA-Core-Philosophy-Badges
Looks useful for learning permaculture skills that can be used outside of apartments.
basically... no. discussion may be upthread (or elsewhere perhaps) but regular composting methods require volume, heat, natural fauna, etc, not suited for apartment.
Apparently it is possible to do bokashi with just lactobacillus (no commercial products required):