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podcast 146: sepp holzers permaculture chapter 3 part 2

 
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Paul Wheaton and Alex Ojeda, Sepp Holzer‘s Permaculture, chapter 3: Fruit. Growing apples from seed. Creating microclimates for trees like citrus and fertiliser. Re-propogating apples that are good winter keepers. Grafting fruit bearing branches onto other trees. Russian variety of apple that make great root stock to graft other varieties onto. Grafting pear onto hawthorne. Deer control and mulberries.

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