Adrien Lapointe wrote:Bill,
it took over two weeks for the Food Forest DVD to get here, so I would assume the same delay for where you are.
Robert Marr wrote:I sent them an email, we will see how they reply.
Jose Reymondez wrote:I understand the pollarding method to release nitrogen in to the soil via root diaback. Would this work with Black Locust? I hear it is very rot resistant, the pollarded above-ground wood could obviously be used for building material but would the root dieback take a long time to break down?
paul wheaton wrote:I have asked it of Geoff Lawton directly.
Further, I sent email to Geoff and Frank (Geoff's dvd guy) about it at least twice.
They are very aware.
Jt Croteau wrote:How is someone in the AUS going to teach those of us in the USA to do the same? This is what I don't understand and preventing me from spending $$$ on this. Much different climates, much different agriculture.