When the earthquake isn't the only `emergency'

Nyerges, Christopher
January 1998
Countryside & Small Stock Journal;Jan/Feb98, Vol. 82 Issue 1, p76
Discusses the beneficial aspect of using human and animal wastes as fertilizer. Tests conducted by the author using human manure; How the idea of using human manure came about.


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