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Working experiments in symbiculture

 
Jeff Hodgins
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I just thought this would be a good place to discuss experimentation rather than fluding the hole site with it. Hear you soon.
 
George Lee
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If we're dicussing "symbiculture", we're also discussing experimentation in
permaculture. It's all/or should be symbotic in nature.
 
Jeff Hodgins
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Chaiyote squash. The trouble I'm having is getting at the big tubers, they grow so deep(up to 4 feet). Here are some Ideas I'm trying to make harvest easier. Big baskets as pots to be dumped out after about three years for harvest. Using a wood frame raised bed to be pulled apart for harvest. There is also a vidio on youtube with cement not so good but clay could be used. Or maybe they could be grown in a hydroponic substrate or horisontaly.
 
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