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Sometimes evidences are so common they are overlooked. Most
everyone has seen green spots in lawns caused by pet urine. What
would the below lawns would look like if plenty of urine, but not too
much, was everywhere and evenly applied? Although too much urine
obviously burns and causes brown spots, imagine what a lawn would
look like if urine was skillfully applied and the whole lawn was one
large green spot? Commercial fertilizers must be rightly applied, and
why can not the same be done with urine? And further with urine that
has not been infected with feces, and thus is largely pathogen free,
and thus is likely more harmless than commercial fertilizers? Human
urine is being used in gardening in many places in our world, and is
being proven to greatly increase yields.
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The easiest manners of properly applying urine need to be sought for.
Since urine can burn crops and most advocate diluting it with water,
urine as much as possible should be applied together with a rain
where it is naturally diluted. Urine if applied in grooves in the soil a
little distance from the plants, neither burns the plants if not diluted.
Below is a system that likely would work well to create slots in the soil
for urine application.
It naturally would also be best if urine could be almost immediately applied
to a future or present garden, as such would eliminate the need for
storage. Most advocate that urine should age a short time before it is
applied to garden crops which adds to the need of storing it. Yet
applying the urine in a future garden a short while before planting should
be largely as effective against possible pathogens as storing it before
applying it. The best option in every situation must be chosen, and often
times that option does not need to be the very best procedure, to still be
far better than starving or what was being done in the past.