I recently bought a dvd of the three Sepp Holzer movies: Farming with Nature, Aquaculture, and Terraces & Raised Beds.
Had difficulty finding a dvd in NTSC but got it from Natural Building Resources. Just recently came out. Cost was $49 + $6 shipping. Good quality.
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paul wheaton wrote:I'm about to head up to the PDC where Sepp will be a guest instructor.
I'm making a list of questions for him. Some questions I will ask during his "eleven days of sepp" and other questions I'll try to record for a podcast. Maybe I can make some videos. I'm not sure how receptive he is going to be for any of it.
But if I get a chance to as several questions a day, every day, it seems like it would be good to start building a rich list.
Anybody have any questions that they think I should ask?
Denise Lehtinen wrote:How did he get his blueberries to grow next to the roses, etc? Is his soil naturally acidic enough for them OR does he have a method of growing them without the soil being what people usually say is the right pH for them?
Brenda Groth wrote:I would love to get a bit more information on grains, esp perennial grains in small home garden lots. I have just put in my first small plot of hulless barley and hulless oats this spring and have some seed for rye, perennial grain rye and hard winter wheat to start this fall, am waiting on a bit of perennial wheat that was promised to me as well.
Also am planting corn and grain amaranth this summer to attempt to get some grain from those...for household use..not for animal feed.
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