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Re: Permaculture market garden
In a message dated 1/25/97 11:49:26 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org (Rhys
>Dan, thanks for the many interesting ideas.
>Actually, I was talking to a biodynamic market gardener yesterday. He said
>that the ckickens are great to fertilise the soil, but do massive damage to
>the soil structure. They tend to compact the soil, they dig up the roots,
>He demonstrated the difference between his improved/improving soil and some
>other soil that had not been aerated and treated with the various biodynamic
>compounds (some of which do sound a bit far-fetched to me).
>Anyway, the proof was there in the obviously different soil, the low number
>of pests, and the quality of the produce.
>a) has anybody had any experience with permaculture-method market gardening,
>b) any comments on the above.
I am not an idiot. Obiously if I say it works I've got the experience to
back it up.
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