Articles Reforesting Land with Orange Peels by David The Good May 10, 2018 written by David The Good May 10, 2018 I reposted my article on the craziest reforestation project I’ve seen yet. Check it out over at The Grow Network. Share this post!FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestRelated posts:Start Fall Gardening Like Your Life Depends On It: Part IChristmas NostalgiaAn Unexpected HonorPlanting Seeds the Easy WayThe Prepper's Top 20 2 comments FacebookTwitterGoogle +PinterestRedditWhatsappEmail David The Good previous post What Can You Do With a Tiny Lot? (Updated) next post Tipi Yam Trellis Related Articles Top 7 Mistakes to Avoid when Harvesting Rain... December 7, 2016 #LifeGoals July 10, 2018 Quit Throwing Out the Scary Stuff: Compost It... May 5, 2017 Sudden Genius Syndrome August 8, 2018 Best Job Choice: A Pastor Farmer! October 23, 2018 An Unexpected Honor October 21, 2017 Grow or Die April 27, 2017 The Coffee Plantation Begins December 19, 2016 Could You Fertilize After a Collapse? August 12, 2016 Can You Compost Fish? April 7, 2018 2 comments Craig May 10, 2018 - 2:15 pm The dried (in the sun) peels break down into a superabsorbant polymer that holds water. Works better if you throw in avocado peels according to a girl from South Africa that made a super absorbent biodegradable polymer from dried orange and avocado peel that works as well as commercial water storage crystals for soils: Combatting drought with a Low-Cost, biodegradable Superabsorbent Polymer made out of ORANGE PEELS https://www.googlesciencefair.com/projects/en/2016/deb654bce83b15eed364f52fa8685634649014602eca78858c58fec00aa6041a You have to be careful with dry orange peels, if they catch fire they’ll smoulder and flame and stink to high heaven. I’ve seen people light dried peel to start their wood stoves instead of paper. Reply David The Good May 10, 2018 - 5:24 pm You find the most awesome stuff, Craig. That is totally cool. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.