[permaculture] Pond Plant

Keith Johnson keithdj at mindspring.com
Mon Jan 29 15:25:11 EST 2007


In addition to Patrick's excellent observations, there's the opportunity 
to "get a yield" from  the plant material itself in the form of mulch, 
compost, etc, providing toxics are not involved.

Patrick McKown wrote:
> All these "invasive" pond plants have one thing in common. Continuous sources of nutrients. They
> are a response to this alone.
> Turn off the nutrient faucet and whoops they die back. 
> Pat McKown
>   
-- 
Keith Johnson
"Be fruitful and mulch apply."
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also Association for Regenerative Culture
also APPLE-Bloomington (Alliance for a Post-Petroleum Local Economy) It's a small world after oil.
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also Bloomington Permaculture Guild




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