Posts Tagged 'poop'

Do Plants Poop?

According to Popular Science –

So as long as you think of pooping in general terms, plants do it! They also do things like breathing, sweating, peeing, and even farting. Who knew?

Read the entire article HERE.

Hurry! There’s Still Time To Get Tickets For 2014 North American Manure Expo

manure-expoSpringfield, Missouri is the place to be on July 8 & 9, 2014! Don’t miss this year’s North American Manure Expo.

We know your time is valuable. But so is every gallon and pound of manure being applied to your fields. You can’t afford to miss the 2014 North American Manure Expo, the only trade show on the continent to focus specifically on manure management and application issues. It would be a real waste to your wallet.

Visit their website HERE.

 

White Out? That’s Not White Out! [comic]

original source

 

Testing Toilets With Soybean ‘Poop’

MaP Methodology –

Unlike some other toilet testing organizations, MaP testing protocols and processes are entirely transparent.  Our test protocol is not “secret” nor does it use test materials (test media) that have no relationship to the “real” demands upon a toilet fixture.  MaP uses consistent methodology to test every toilet to failure.

It seems they make “test media” (artificial #2) from soy beans.

Check out pictures of their processes HERE.

How Japan Is Explaining The Nuclear Power Plant Problems To Their Children – I’m Speechless! [video]

7 Creative Uses For Poop

MentalFloss reports –

As long as the animal kingdom exists, we’ll have a steady supply of digestive byproducts, whether you call it dung, manure, sewage, feces, or poop. We may as well use it for something! Oh sure, you know about fertilizer, but there are plenty of other ways we reuse “biological waste”.

Number1 on the list (hee, hee) is making paper from elephant dung and panda poo.

Read the list of all 7 HERE.


Archives

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 710 other followers


%d bloggers like this: