It was actually a video that I put a voice over onto, so I could give my friends and family a tour of my attempts at growing my own food. There's still a lot to do but thought it'd be fun to share.
You can see the fly over here: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=EN5bSxx6hlI#![/youtube]
I've never grown food before and I'm totally jumping in head first but having a lot of fun.
And don't watch this on a big screen... it'll make you puke.
Ive planted lots of russian olive and buffaloberry in the drier spots but the sea buckthorns are looking better. try both for sure! The sea buckthorns at my friend's place in utah (rawutah of fb) LOVE his soil in Hurricane UT...more desert like...cheers! Get lots and lots
I'll put these on my list to check out.
Chet Womach wrote:Thanks Anthony... I'm in centralia, wa. I've heard our rain makes it pretty tough to keep calcium in our soil and Comfrey is on my list. Now I'm trying to decide which type of nitrogen fixing plants to plant under the fruit trees as well. I've got a list of 'em just not sure which ones to go with quite yet.
My goto nitrogen fixer in our area is red clover. And the bees love it to.