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Paperback – 96 pages
5.5 Inches × 8.5 Inches (w × h)

Weight: 130 Grams
BISAC: GARDENING / Techniques
Publisher: Ecovita
ISBN: 9780966678314
Pub. Date: 2007-04-01

About the Author

Carol Steinfeld

Carol Steinfeld is a writer, researcher and program designer who specializes in ecological resource management solutions.

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Liquid Gold

The Lore and Logic of Using Urine to Grow Plants

by Carol Steinfeld



Nitrogen pollution of lakes, rivers and oceans by human urine is a growing problem. Liquid Gold shows how urine can safely be used to grow food, fuel, fiber and beautiful landscapes while protecting the environment and providing free and safe fertilizer. Featuring a short history of urine use -- from ritual to medicinal and even culinary -- and many whimsical illustrations, this great bathroom reader is an ideal gift for irreverent gardeners, homeowners, campers, environmentalists and anyone who urinates.

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