Heres a throwback since today was gonna be squat day, and with my leg injury its going to be months before i get anywhere near this weight, but i will be back! Thats for sure 💀
The useful tips for disposal of composted material. ⠀
1) Bury material to a minimum depth of 100mm;⠀
2) Bury it and plant a tree over it. But be careful with Australian native species. Some Australian native species which include the ‘Dwarf Silky Oak’ (Grevillia banksia), more than a dozen Banksia species such as the ‘Candle Stick Banksia (Banksia attenuata); and some rainforest species such as the Kurrajong (Brachychiton diversifolius) just to name a few, can be highly susceptible to Phosphorus. With truly P-sensitive plants a sudden shock or highly soluble forms of P, or a slow accumulation of excessive P, kills them. These plants have no ability to prevent excessive P getting into their roots. As more and more is taken up, the plant gets poisoned, mainly because the trace elements iron, manganese, copper and zinc all bind with the P to form very insoluble phosphates. This effectively prevents the plant from using the trace elements, resulting in such severe deficiency that the plant cannot function. For more information on Phosphate sensitivity in Australian native plant species, follow this link - Phosphorus Needs of Some Australian Natives (http://anpsa.org.au/APOL8/dec97-4.html).⠀
3) Adding builders lime (calcium hydroxide) at a ratio of 5-10% by volume to the buried compost will tie-up phosphorus and the high pH will help kill pathogens, parasites, etc, which may have survived the composting process. This can also deter animals from digging up the material. The pH effect will decline over time (say a few months) as the lime dissolves to form calcium carbonate.⠀
Simply head to ecoflo.com.au to check out more FAQs about composting toilets, or click the link in bio. .
Here after doing full ROM push ups, slow and controlled to failure, I combine not only the #concentric but the #essentric phase as well. Do 5 sets of these with different pushup variations and you'll have a complete chest day in under 15 minutes. 30 second rest in between max. Also works fantastic with dip variations. OUtside of the usual work gets you unusual results🔥. Work smart🧠
Homemade granola is the best type of granola 😌
We've made a big batch of our favourite nutty granola for the week, it tastes good 🤗 definitely needed for these busy mornings filled with revision... only 9 days to go tho then uni is finally over 🎉
Hope you all had a lovely weekend enjoying the sunshine 🌞 happy Monday!!