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podcast 141: Sepp Holzer’s Permaculture Chapter 3 Part 1  RSS feed

 
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Paul Wheaton and Alex Ojeda talk about Sepp Holzer‘s Permaculture and fruit tree management.
Fruit trees as a food source in paddocks, fruit tree wood for joinery or art.
Helen Atthowe who studied under Masanobu Fukuoka.
Being a permaculturalist in zone 5.
Sepp writes about ag school and how he turned plants into “addicts,” before he went back to letting nature do her work.

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27:25 rhubarb...combs? Colms? Anyone know what this is?
 
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Rhubarb "crowns" are what you plant - a clump of bud-growing material with a fringe of roots.

Planting, Growing, and Harvesting Rhubarb
 
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