Well the title was either "Dirty old man" or "Full of horse shit" .. even though neither one is correct . Every year I compost organic material by the truck load, most of witch comes from a local horse track ( horse shit). The result is my farm has healthy organic soil ( not dirt) . Every April at the end of the season I get a Backhoe and go to work spreading and moving compost piles. In Miami-Dade most of our farm land is shallow rock land . East of the Turnpike some areas have up to 1 ft. of Marl , however most of that area has been developed . So if you want to be an Organic Farmer in Miami-Dade you have to compost on a large scale.
|Grey haired old man with a bad leg that lives with a 6 lbs. Chihuahua = " The Lettuce Farm"|
|Rich compost spread in the garden area|
|The compost piles sit for 3 years before being spread in the garden area|