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Designing and maintaining your edible landscape naturally by Robert Kourik

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Just finished reading Designing and maintaining your edible landscape Rober Kourik..

It was a good and informative book, semi-permaculturistically written but encompasses many theories. I got some notes and learned a few things..he knocks down a lot of previously touted ideas with some testing..helpful..and even has a few recipes at the end.

Will find myself trying a few things differently after reading this book, and have some further ideas on what plants to cut down for mulch this year.

I highly recommend borrowing a copy from the there isn't enough that you would want to save beyond notes that you couldn't scan...don't get my library copy though as I had pneumonia when I was reading it and it might have a few lingering germs..sorry to the next reader.
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