My daughter and her family went to Galveston Texas for family reunion with her in laws and was very disappointed with the beach. The rental is ocean front how ever there was 3 foot of sea weed so evryone had to stay in!!
She loaded one of her suitcase dried sea weed for her compost. Had anyone tried this?
Costco has a big box of nori sheets (like the kind you'd use for sushi) right now for $10. I'd buy it for snacking but I don't think I'd use that much... I guess I could always put it in the garden! (Assuming there are no other ingredients in it.)
I just got two trailer loads of seaweed off our beach from the hurricane. I have it stacked for adding to my compost pile, not too worried about salt as it rained over a foot with the storm, and I won't be using this compost bin until next year. Love what it did for my garden this year!
envy here too..:)
one year..late summer..local river was super low..i got forestry permission
to harvest algae from the river.. i raked it up on shore..let dry for couple days..
talk about smell.. i added it to my compost that fall.. that sure was good
LOL..yea..can you say nut>.. :) LOL
it was good for the river ..
it was smelly..but sure added some good stuff to that compost..
also had some leaches in there too.. not sure what they added to
the compost though..:)
hope everyone has a wonderful holiday !!!!!!