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Video of large scale no till high residue farming

 
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They say the high density cover crop mat inhibits Colorado potato beetle.

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB4AE9DB8C30652F3&feature=plcp
 
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Excellent series, thanks for posting!
 
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ditto, thanks for posting.

I'll finish viewing them all this Thanksgiving break.

Love the title: "Weed em and reap"



 
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I just watched a few. I learned so much in so little time, amazing. In addition, I like the fact that I now have evidence for the naysayers who don't think permiculture principals can be implemented on a large scale.
 
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They actually have 15 playlists (321 videos) here:
eOrganics Playlists

Some are real short, others much longer.

 
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Wild Homesteading - Work with nature to grow food and start/build your homestead
https://permies.com/t/96779/Wild-Homesteading-Work-nature-grow
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