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Great N-fixing trees article.  RSS feed

 
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http://agroforestry.net/pubs/NFTs.html

Lots of good info here, including a link to a table of N-fixing trees and their benefits.

- Just realized this was a repost, but it still seems like a good time to bring it up again. The weather's at that point that has me thinking about planting things (so many start going in different windows!) and the property I'm looking at needs all the help it can get.
 
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Also, this one, "Nitrogen Fixing Tree Species by Use and Ecology"

http://www.winrock.org/fnrm/factnet/factpub/select/NFTUSES.HTM

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I got this tall by not having enough crisco in my diet as a kid. This ad looks like it had plenty of shortening:
Do you really know how to assess landscape?
https://permies.com/t/91551/assess-landscape
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