[permaculture] Fwd: [New post] Maintaining the garden
msnow at valley.net
Fri Nov 4 07:15:52 EDT 2011
Lawrance, will you describe the no till drill planting by hand you wrote about?
On Nov 3, 2011, at 1:21 PM, Lawrence F. London, Jr. wrote:
> On 11/3/2011 10:35 AM, Thomas Paul Jahn wrote:
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>> From: jordforbindelse<donotreply at wordpress.com>
>> Date: 2011/11/3
>> Subject: [New post] Maintaining the garden
>> To: thomaspauljahn at gmail.com
>> New post on *jordforbindelse*
>> <http://jordforbindelse.wordpress.com/author/jordforbindelse/> Maintaining
>> the garden<http://jordforbindelse.wordpress.com/2011/11/03/maintaining-the-garden/>
>> Thomas P Jahn<http://jordforbindelse.wordpress.com/author/jordforbindelse/>
> Is this your blog? This is excellent though in Norwegian.
> No till and chop and drop is what I now practice for maintenance; for
> cropping I use minimal till with hand tools. I will experiment with
> seedballs and no till drill planting by hand. It is amazing how my
> fields and gardens have recovered and now flourish now that no vehicles
> get near and most crop-predatory wildlife is gone due to fencing and
> guard dogs. The new and interesting plant communities are fascinating.
> I am letting lambs quarters and wild millet go to seed as well as
> daisies that flower now and feed the bees, goldenrod and ragweed.
> The wild bees have returned to my farm. I leave nearly empty jars of
> leftover honey out for them and I see hundreds swarming over them
> stocking up for winter.
> This no till and chop & drop is a great topic to explore here and I hope
> others will join in.
> Thanks for X-posting the blog link.
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